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The THE HAETFORDi OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PARTY for one your, for ono dollar mid twontv- (lvo E CONGRESS DISTRICT, UjIEYOVVAIB VOL. VIII. SAMJQNES an Iptr'(isting Articlo on FrQe Silver. HARTFORD, KY., W JSiDJSEPTEEsEfriS, iflHE FOURTH Will show how you stand with up The Republican. Pay nnrt.and tun nnnvanr In A1tfntirn will Bond you Tho Loulsvlllo TllISTAG wm NW VAJW. Wookly Commorclal ono yoap iroo. tuusonuo ntonco 1895. Power.- - whent, hut since congresi had demonetized silver his land had gone down to twenty dollars an acre and his punrceuv HtnMUii. Wr-ite-s wheat to sixty cents a bushel. Now, uttJ for 10 v.ifi by Ihoui in ii of motn.rf. rinKMiiture ntvtf if that good old fellow would take rails lorill.veclilMr.nof nil a trip into the northwest, the grnnery of the world, which has all been open-c- d f up in the last thirty years, and ste Doctora trtt crttt Pink Mlxtura Gives Fits the millions bushels of grain raised Vacauia It It known (a Contain no ODlum otlitr rolsunoui there and the great trunk lines of arur. wnn ror circular irta, railroads hauling the wheat from the boi by all dailtrs, la ,2Bo. and 60o. Bom ft. northwest to Baltimore, Mil., for fifOXi; 111)1, (MUTN NT.VMItl F W.FLOYD & CO., Owintboro, Ky teen cents n bushel, more or less, that - good old silverite of West Virginia ! Tlie world takes on n crare every would find out what hit him. The few years. The Abating rink ornr.e cheap lands of the northwest which OIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. struck Aiiierlcr) nbout Jwenty years produce fotty bushels of wheat to the (isaoo every month given twsy to any one who p ao, Then followinp ttic greenback acre have surely c'leapcncd his land plwi through ui for the moti mtntortous pi tent durin j cjmc. Next wt lmd the ubtiMMtry tha month preceding V ifture the best patents for our client, croze. Then the silver ciokc, Jollow-e- d ns well as his wheat. But nothing and tht object of thU offer it to encourage Inr cittort to could make him believe, in the narkeep track of their bniht Heat. At the tame time wt closely, stdu by sfflc, nlmott by row with to Imprew upon lb pubCc tha fact that world in which he lives, but that the bicycle orn7e ,' IT'S TUB SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTICWS the demonetization of silver had done 1 Uls.liliia.tt(i)iida.-o"" r Tex u tt-tlTHAT YIELD rORTCJNKS. , the work. vudi at the 'car.wIadow" which cm be eaaBy iIkJ tip Somctltnca nothing disturbs down without breaking the fUucnrera back. aad A SAMPLIt "DOOIlLIt STANDARD," ,' them. Again, any little thin? will and a thouiand other Irttff tliinei that Thcycry: "flhuelalism." "Doub when once started any one eau fifid a way of Inprov life, aodthes limpla stampede them, lc standatd," and so on. Suppose on lavenUont are the onea that bnnjc Urfett returns to tht nothing can stop them. If the preciauthor. Try to thmk of aomeihutg to invent. pice is reached those behind push the that hypothesis we make diamonds IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. and cut glass the standards. Iet Patent, tikcn out through ua ipecial notice la leaders over. the" National Recorder, pubtuhed at WaiMngton, V, C , whtch ti the bctt ne wpper pulliibed in America Such is the cure with the fice and congress pass a law making cut glass in the Interettt of itmntnrt, we furnith a year's tub They and diamonds of equal value. A diaunlimited sixteen to aenptton to thil journal, frea of cett, to all our cbenta. We alto adrertie, free el cot, the Invention eiih mor th mond as large as n grain of wheat is which wint our $ ito pnie, and hundrede of thousands will soon git upon the brink of obs A piece cf capiei tt the "National Recorder," containing a scuiity and puh the leaders nnd pto. worth one hundred dollars. aketch of the winner, and a deactiptwa of hU Invention, of cut glass that Size in not worth the wulbe tcattetcd thiouchout the UaitedSutetarnoni ruoters ot the heresy Iwiorc them. capttaluti and maauUtturan. thua Ldnjiog to thai alirntioo the merit! of the lovcntion. They, however stand some chance of one hundredth part of n cent. But All commuaicaUoai re irdtd strictl confidential. f reaching heaven. God has made congress has passed a law saying they Address ore the same in value. Now let a JOHN WCDDERDURN & CO.. special provisions for fools and chilSolicitors of American and roreljn I'atewti, in on the jeweler offer each for sale to the old dren. Silvcritcs vilt get 6l8P Street,. W.f Washington, D. C. fqrmcr bench. But some of them are society sitter. She a3ks what islie Box 385. so prejudiced that if Gabriel blows a price of each. Itench is worth one golden trumpet they will just lie still hundred dollars." She says: "I and say. "No, I nm not going to will take the diamond, but I don't OWENS PINK MIXTURE. ron TtKTHiNa chilomn. Teething Troubles r Free Sllvrltes and then Rubs iHn, manufacturer ol Anierlca ' was once hired out as an office boy mt n dollar a week. The most thoroujfi'y literary man the world ever Slw learned his letters by the light of B?'lc kiut burning in the furnace ofSiis blacksmith shop The nianvlliffislds the highest political honorittathc history of American next to ycorge Washington was a poor, utigatnly, Illinois America is the only country in The world where all professions have lieen headed by the poor who started tn humble clrcumstatco of life. Jj SAM lb JoNits. P. S Some of us can remember Then the days of plenty of money we could go to town wmi'tTbasket of money nnd get a basket, ot goods ns follows: v Jpi.'aocifeo Que barrel q floir,j a One pair boots 800.00 One drink whisky 8 00 One cheiV tobacco 2 00 One fool 01 Fools don't go up ordown with the currency. S. P. J. r. Highest of all in Leavening Latest U. S. Gov't Report E 1) I'HVJt'Jl.isaWAAl. num. ll.D.I'INa, $$$SwPk W-- 2 $&&&& MAfa TJ1E MAKING OF IHIfiCl iii MftlaUPl P&mE FORM. We are opposed to unlimited , .coinage, 4B&OS.UTEE.Y ,r ar And so it is. W ill praoitcc in all courts df 'djjlo mid miljtonlng counties, (MurfJancJ Court of Appeals, olid all legal business nttenu-a- d to. Office 329 R Market Bt. -- XM-Ipetl- ons 4- ' 'Ik THE ItEPUBLICAN PLAT W $1800.00 Wo May Soon Soo tho World in Panoramia Photocrnph. Dimcnltle. and Complication. In tbe Way of Producing a Itcally Uood Chart-H- ow the Propoted Sy.tero of the Future Would Work. "' c. 'aaiKe-pan- "bottle-topp- nt .... 4 rttt-ti-- t ono-ner- s. Citv Statu Lucas County, op Ohio, op Tolrdo S3. iTABLER'SMI, BUCKEYE! Igj OINTMENT (CURES A SURE NOTHING BUT PILES. I and CERTAIN OURC IB yoars aa tho BEST REMEDY for PILES. known for IIV AI.I. 1I111CIOHT1, nmt.itTii'niusr.t ki ea.. si. tcni. BOf.Tt Ti move." Their trouble is above their Their heeds need working on. I have thought some over the causes and cures of thevariouscracs. Very lew really busy and industrious, intelligent people take hold upon any of these crczes. The skating rink craze, if I remember tight, was run largely by the same gang that run the football and the baseball to day. The greenback party and the eyes. crowd were composed-largelof the calamity howlers who are running the free and unlimited coin- jeweler, want the cut glass," "Oh," says the "if you get tired of the cut glass at any time the government will redeem it at one hundred dollars." She sys, "Well, if I can get my money back on it at any time I will take it." The jeweler will d the cut glass on the old sisters, and the old sisters will unload the whole business ou the government. un-loa- NO PAKITY WITH KRBK COINAOR. 27m55K& ll aisfiisiaifiaHju ! rVffi Ohio age of silver gang SltVim CKAZB UKR SMALL-PO- Chtzaptak arJ South wsttrn ?. Ft. DCTWCCN LOUISVILLE ANO WIEIVIPHIS. AL0 rnoM CINCINNATI AND TO EVANSVILLE. AND Do nol pdrcbaM Ticket NORTH. BAST. SOUTH OR WEST Until you haTceoniulted aa Agent of the O. O. " eg S. W. R. R. , I H I.IMITKI) TRAINS, I UttMAN UOfJ'T HtMUniRS. JIODUKN JiQOlrMHNT. JOHN KC1IOLS, OCN. MOR. T. B. I.YNCH, QtN. Piss. AUT. UiUKVIll.. Rr. Tho Lexington Business College. (INCORPORATED ) I have lately wade a tour tnrougb. Alabama, Mississippi mid Loulsnnia. The silver craze is epidemic out there. It is like smalNpux for the less brains a man has the more clamors for the free and unlimited coinage of silver at sixteen to one. They know not whereof they speak. Their brains, if they possess any such commodity, must certainly not be connected with their tongues. Their tuouth is like a pepperbox pistol it goes off everywhere you touch it. They will lend no ear to reasonable and sound ideas and they ate never effected by them. They pass iu one ear and out the other for the very good reason that there is nothing inside to stop the words. Men could have their heads split opcu, filled with sawdust and sewed up and make a better showing and advance more sensible arguments than these independent unlimited free silver heretics. It is like smallpox those who don't die of it will eentually get well. It is like smallpox In another respect none ever have it but once. Mississippi mas it run. Mississippi has it now tremendously bad. Rverv candidate from constable to governor anounces himself first as in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver sixteen to one, and they don't propose to argue the qnestion either. 1 said to some of Is the government able to make gold and silver of certain relative vaN ue, or continue the parity qf 16 to I? I dou't believe it is. Nogovcrnmeut, so far as my knowledge goes, on the face of the eatth can long maintain a parity with free and unlimited coinage. I am a in the sense that I want both metals aa money, but one standard only, and that the gold standard. I am willing for all tbe silver in tbe world to be coined at any ratio so long as the parity of the two dollars can be maintained. Like Attor ney General Harmon, every American ought to say: "I want our dollar as good as anybody's dollar, whether it be silver or gold." I believe that the best thoughts and prcfoundest views stand cmarcly with the gold standard. I have said to the farmers that I have glanced over the fields passing through thiscountry, nnd I found that weeds were hurting them worse than the gold standard. I am not a or a silver-diggebut I am for the strict parity of the metals ou a basis such as that the government can mattitain its parity without damaging its credit. gold-bugger r, PALSI5 IDBAS 01' GOVERNMENT. THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. 9 Gotoxir prices picnic bills and your work. Best work guarantoed.Seo us boforo going olso-whor- This great government of ours br three years past has been passing through tbe channel leading from one sea of conditions to another sea of conditions. Tbe channel has been narrow. It has taken a master hand THU CALAMITY JIOWLKRS' CUANOB. to keep the old ship off the rocks; but When the time of depression and uimiiMr AVAiti ur iitM'N MJMlllAN KXlOMITION to American soon we shall pass out into a broader, nt Hhortliand," tauilit In thU (olletr, and striugency comes, then the calamity tbe lUctiml Kut!oraneut In Hi Uuild deeper sea of prosperity than ever beto theheadofourttborlband Department (nn howlers get in their work. For inreporter, from (ha author of this kMem uTuur stance, the old farmer whom I met fore. Tl.I.FOUAIMIY. Hull wmv mid Telirrp ffvateut has a rci 01 J from Mshl of II yeara practical eanrleiica IT DON'T PAY TO PINK. wild the in West Virginia a strong sixteen to Operator to Chief Train Dispatcher ndorwil by Urcet Trunk Line In America HU perl it ten dents onener said the demonetization of I would that we had the patience Operators rain Dlepatchers and A leadini railway and teleRrapU com pa ten and common sense to see conditions the World owning and silver ha3 ruined him; for thirty Ttie Only Nclionl In Hallway bystein for the operating a complete and meet them as they are. It don't ptirnoe of rlliliifr lis araduatea to go direct to years ago he could have gotten eighty mod iKttltlon a practical operator BllM)IVll)tJAl4 INNTIttCTION In all dollars pet acre for his farm nnd was paytoplue, and "growlers" don't drpartments No (laaa YoiU. titl.t: with any course, Tenmanshlp lluslnrsa getting two dollars a bushel fur his get there. But if the farmer will stick t irretpondance Commercial law, uomnterciat Arllhmetlo and HpHing 'tois plow, the merchant to his store, imsitionn.-u- r Juarnte Vlan,' It FtjtrpoH Jlarbor.LaktCoOhia. entfre Wrlto for will save you tnone AVrlto me lawyer 10 nts ouice, me preacner iiomi HTUnV.$79,000.00 ejuaranlre that Association. for Initruetlons Hit train M V to his pulpit, the mechanic to his WUHMUUHl our College la aa represented, or money re anfMmn I cannot lllJIMIlMl, NKtV funded. KI.MJAfVT tell you bow mv wifa shop and to on, there are no problems owned, erected and furnished by us, to meet tho ha, mprored tlnoe iho r iutrenents of oua nraptlcal ayitvni of Initruc began tbe urn ot your which cannot be solved and no diffi nun rnrnsr iirnii riiiririi.iiiit nnirr. v rreci vc muation ids laraesi arm iuori per "Farorlta Prescript'ctly equipped Ilualneaa t'olles Uulldinv tion," oouplcd with "HI. culties which cannot be overcome. t ltn ftnttlli. M II ' 8h baa no more own heart and feelings, colleges, whose responsibility IlKtv'AKK.-Hotrouble with falling or If I know my upon their word only, will tell you that the womb, and aba I am with the mass of laboring people tbey will give you the "isme," or a 'more never foeU nr pilaS thnrongticoune."lnMleaa time,' or for "leas money, ' etc than It takes to complete a uiiiuaa Nig Buiuua wx lu this country; and I believe it to be 11 war of such claims, long. 8bI hu no c nine with ui r false. Illustrated Catalogue free that money should be palni iluco to Ihrv v v waiiuvii; iihviii. Ky, AUuicaa, ho begma the tuo or J..jnlon, out raraedloi. Sbo sound and our dollars should be at &Hb5tHES 5oe pearly all of her bouoowork on V.Vwtg-- 0 own before oho now. good as anybody's dollar. but Mns, Liwii, taking your God's son never wo hardly walk acrou theremedlet, ibe could poor men's country asshone on such s room. America, I do not know bow to thank yon for all the good your rvmedlea hare done ber, for tbe a fact that the merchant prince of tlo bet doctor bad given her com up u In- America, A. T. Stewart, was curable. once n -- " t. Hya-let 1 WORU'lDm-KNiARirM(01CA- tCunnecteituUhtAtStaUA dt V Culltgr ) Illehret oil) rial I!udurenieii(, Itie cJov ernor tf the College, tiumunv4eHHb ttm 1'inldcnfi of tUe Mate and tbf HrrrtMry una of th Trwaureralfiilnglta Hcurlty Trust and tuftty lttlomna. Vuitlo ni,('On)li:Nfll-.I- l IIV Itaarmyorfiocceiiaful atadeuta vhoiaa1arlea aKgrefate liundieoJ huMiii(la of ttoltttrm iter annuni Ui,al,lli:,C'. Mruree of trie leading rro frilonal and t?ulnri men who are He Frienda NvatVm anil patroni nrfaol rarllcnl bulacao lntrurtlan of la iri deurt uied tnuui iniiKPiann iHiinrfiuiii urnnr mmit rin .ITI.HT AMI IIIOIIKNI AW'Amr. All Ilia tlret 1'remluma uotd and Itronia Medaln and Innlumae. eta," at tbe luleriialtoual MIU W Inter i;xnotlon, awarded the ejktciu of ItuolfKee-iiliiMuied In thle College llratl nT Uualiieaa llrpnrtiuent. 13 vut tirnctlral rzpcrlnrabook-keepiranileipertamiutitati- them: "The most difference between you is n matter of hair nnd a billy-goand horns." If you catch o billy goat by the whiskers nnd tell him to hold still, he shakes his head as inuchns to say: "If you don't turn me loose I'll butt you down," and when he gets loose he walks off and goes to eating grass and doglcnnel. He don't want ideas, he wants grass. He's hungry. I advise them not to go to sleep ly ing on their sides, that their brains would all run out of their ears. But ii they did, they would put them back next morning with a teaspoon. at views as to the powersofthegovernment. When we touch the financial question the government has no capital or credit apart from the people. The government is like an infant child in the mother's lop. It ran not care for the mother, the mother must care for it. Tbe government cannot take care of the people; the people must take care of the government; and I don't believe that tbe parity of the metals is possible with free nnd unlimited coinage of silver 16 to 1. I met an old darkey at the Rustou, Lousiana, Chautauqua. He said that he was in favor of free and unlimited coinage of silver 16 to 1, 16 to the white man and 1 to the uegro. I reckon he might be considered a fair There are many false average silverite. rt , f $ bearing- -down their-itere- st It-i- Youra truly, ALF11ED LEWIS. o. PIERGE Guar antees a CURE OH HONEY HLTCHMiM. The leading country school teacher. raJjjbftd mognate of the world once The leading financier kept a ferry. once peddled The leading rat-trS- Perry Wester-fieldagement has wrought. We favor a tariff so regular as to protect the interests of all classes of Beaver Dam, Zt. our citizens upoo articles that maybe successful) manufactured or produced in this countrv, thus insuring good R. R. WEDDING wages to tlie laborer and a home market to the prvducer; and iu connection with this we favor the Haito-ord- , Ky. of thedoctrins otrcciproc-ity- . Will practice his profession in all We believe thai such a system tho tourts of Ohio and adjoining will defray ever governmental counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. expense, gradually liquidate all las debtedness, restore public cofidence relegate to the rear the undue excite ment now prevailing concerning the currency. In view of the past finan-clWhenever a druggist tells you he bring to usl history of the Democratic party, has something justas good lor coughs, its devoting to the old State bank sysHartford, Ky. BRILLIANT DISCUSSION. grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarHons ey don't you believe it, for we guar-- , This Matron Should Have Had Her tem and wild cat tendencies, we affirm WILL practice his profeseion in tll court of Ohio and adjoining that the Republican party can be ante that is is not. true. We make Philosophy with Her. more safely trusted to regulate the fi- counties and Court of Appeals. Specthe genuine and authorize all drugNaturo wisely provides that even nancial system of the Nation. ial attention given to collections. gists to guarantee it. The K. 15. Office next door below Commerj tho wisest men and women cannot Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. We favor an American policy which cial Hotel. estimate each other's mental furwill protect Americans and American Once upon a time they say a bright nishings with any degree of accuracy, fellow took a printing outfit to one of and it is also arranged that even tho Interests in'any part of the world at B. the far western States intending to foollshest among us knows some- all hazards, and will sympathize with start s newspaper, but finding no place-t- thing that some ono elso doesn't sttugghngrepublics rnther than ignorsuit him, he took up a claim and know. A West Philadelphia matron ant monarchies. HARTFORD, KY. forgot all When the Democratic party came began farming. The crops failed and day when this, however, tho other her doorbell rang nnd the into power in Kentucky it found the Will practice his profeMion in th he unpacked his printing material servant brought up tho card of a courts of Ohio and adjoining counties; and issueda weekly"paper front an im- prominent local literary woman. As State nble to pay every debt and have Careful attention given to all business, aginary town, with ficticious news and the lady of tho houso touched herself millions of surplus left. In the entrusted to him, Office in Rep'ub-lic- an Building. personals, breezy notices of personal up beforo tho mirror preparatory to meanwhile it has collected millions events, tbeatical performances, and descending to the parlor sho fairly ol dollars ol taxes under the most un:m:. just systems of revenue, and yet w courtTtrials all in his mind, filled quaked In her boots. today in the humllliating attitude "Goodness," sho said to herself, ate several columns with ads. of all kinds HARTFORD, KY. of imaginary business houses, until "what can I talk to Mrs. Goggles of being unable to pay the current about? Sho belongs to so many oflhe State, nnd upon a fair Will practico his profession in all th bis paper attracted attention and a clubs, reads and studies so many town wa3 built upon his farmjlirThls languages, writes such deep papers, valuation of assets areiudebt millions courts of Ohio and adjoining counties.. Careful attention will bo given to al sounds like a myth, but n goocfijjSSgr f and all that! What on earth can I of dollars. They have business entrusted to his care. - Coldoes help to make a town evert: me.i4 say to entertain her? I just know I the constitution, refused office to one lections a specialty. Office with the tT w'Ur appear unusually ignorant and fairly elected by the people, engaged County Attorney. Also Notary Public1 fix in extravagant legislation; increased foolish." Only printers and publishers knew j Sho nerved herself, howevor, and salaries, created unnecessary offices their incompetency to the infinite details that goto male went down to meet the appalling manifested up a single issue of a newspaper.' guest. And tho formidable Mrs. manage the penitentiaries, brought GREENVILLE, KY. The teader likes or dislikgs his paper Goggles nestled up to he. on tho convict labor into competition with Will practico his profession in all the sofa, took her hand in hers with a honest free labor, diverted the schawl iu various points, but is often at a courts Df Muhlenberg aud adjoining timidly confiding touch, and said in lund, failed to piovide a decent loss to define his objections, and as State counties. Special attention will be almost u mysterious whisper: Capitol, and left its charitable insti- given to collections and all busintpi frequently fails to understand the "Mrs. Ohio tell mo do you know tutions without the necessary ueails entrusted to his care. reasons foi what he calls defect What my nrtlsUo way to eook turnips?" Office next door below postofllce. for their proper operation. he finds' to commend he expects as a Philadelphia Times. '' We demand economy in every den matter ot course, and not knowing A Long Crack. pariraenr. 01 puone service, tUe enE3. IST&SJLm, . much about the ability, enterprise couragement of enterprize and capl-t(Ojnnfy Attorney) and toil it takes to, bring all these A curious phenomenon is reported and equitable and fair apportion-men- t on Lako Winnebago, Wisconsin. In good features together, falls to appreof the State, the impartial exJC&w, themlddlo of the winter tho Ico ecution of the law, athorough remodciate to the fullest the real work of HARTFORD, KY. oracks open, tho fissuro extending eling of the revenue system, n rigid the editor. fix. Will practico his profession in the length wlso of tho lako and' almost inspection of the books and a radical exactly midway between tho cast change in the management of the pen- Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s; Tlmrly IlriuliKlrr. Special attention given to coland the west shores. The opening itentiaries. Kach season forces upon our considWe recognize that the safety of a lections. Office in Courthouse averages from three to six feet in eration its own peculiar perils to State is best promoted by the fosterhealth. The advent of fatl finds many ' ?vlal and is nearly thirty miles ing of a liberal system of common JNO. B. WILSON, every winter school, and we pledge It occurs "' reduced in strength and vigor, poorly ; ourselves to enregularly, and thoso who aro lu tho large and increase the preteut system prepared to continue tbe business of habit of crossing tho lako 011 tho ico so opportunity may HARTFORD, KY. life. The stomach and bowels, the maKo arrangements to construct a be that reasonable child iu the State to given to every great highway of animal economy, is temporary bridgo across tho chasm obtain a solid business education. SIJECIAL attention given te making abatrsots, Ac,, especially liable to disorder in the Teams hauling brick from tho Calu also Notary Publio for Ohio County, fall. The neivous tystcm has also met shoro find that tho crack Is cquaPT Offico North side of public spure. Iyc ly distant from both slues, and when suffered in the btruggle. Typhoid fehood until I mis ( ver and malaria in particular find in a team starts from each shoro at tho Crown ciy family j the fall that combination of earth, air same tlmo tho teams aro buro to spent a fortune meet nt tho crack In tho middle of i amaaaa nnd water that mark this season as tho lake The only explanation of of this disease. I visited Hot Springs especially dangerous. The falling the matter Is that tho extromo cold and was treated by the best medical J men. but was not benefited. When' leaves, thedecaying vegetables concauses tho Ico to contract, uud tho all things tribute their share oi contamination. cdntruotlon being equal to tho whole 'tcrmlned had P (ft ft A A failed I de-to fr KB I BUS try S.S.S. Hood's Sarsaparilla furnishes a most mass It cnusos tho owning In tho and in four H II U 111 raonlhiwist entirely cured. The tcrrlbls eczema valuable safeguard at these important middle. was cone, not a sirn oi it left Mv points, and should be used in the fall Two Flendi. general health built up, and I have J before serious sickness has laid ou never nau any return 01 tnc uiscase, The man who asks: "Is this hot 1 uaTooiien low. recommend- enough for you?" Is own brothor to eUtUUkaad CHILDHOOD hare never tho yet At Little Rock, Ark., Judge Wilson your;dentist who jabs a probe Into failure rurp. - knonu a ri ,. ... tu...i ... . jaw and Ihon asks. "Did you HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. .y.v ;.. n,iutimin,.a. i decidrd that bloomers are not indenever ran 10 cure, leoi tlmtf " Jiostou Transcript. even wuen wi oiuer i cent, nnd dismissed the case against Is prepared to do any and all kinds rpniinllpa have. Our Need M licnt. itrmtlaeonblooilaiiil Mrs. Noe, who had been arrested for of Deutal Operations. Pticta jjgjwt 1 kin tlLwojuNi inal ed I have a lot of No. 1 seed Wheat-Hyb- rid ' tree to any atldrau. i reasonable. Oflfce over Wllflania appearing ou the street In a stunMediterranean for sale. KWIf-BrKMI IC CU . AIUBU, I. ' ning pair. Hell's l)n' Store, Hau Mn.LHit.Ucavtr Dam. J, , j Fuank J, CitNHY makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of outcome of will be tho F. J. CiiUNitY & Co., doing business panoramlo photograph. Imagine, for in the City or Toledo, County and example, tho Hudson river in photoState nloresaid, and Hint said firm graph from New York to Albany. Starting from tho flattery, a photo will pay the sum of ONR HUNDRED could be. taken for every thousand DOLLARS for each and everycase of feet or more, according to tho plan Catahiui that cannot be cured by the adopted. Put upon a continuous panuse of Hall's Catarrh Curis. oramic roll, theso views could bo merged one itvto another, so that the FRANK J. CHENHY. perspective and all would bo approxSworn to before me nnd subscribe imately correct. Two of theso panin my presence, this Cth day of Deoramas could bo arranged on a Btago cember, A. I). 1S8G. An V shapo, the open end to the A. W. Glkason, udienoo. The two fields woufd Notary Public. ma . iaey-In batmony, anti as tliey slowly unroll, what a wonder of landscape beauty could bo displaydl Hall's Catajrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and One might in this way glvo tho most mucous surfaces of the system. perfect views of any locality or Send lor testimonials, free. scenory on tho faco of the globo,-anF. J. CHENRY & CO., Toledo, tho result would bo a knowledge of O. 4.4t. tho topogranhv of the country BSTSold by Druggists, 75c impossiblo to obtain by any other Accurate coloring, the It is a noticeable fact that Newark means. of addition young men hug their girls in public ants and tho animals and inhabittbe peculiarities of the to an extent which would shock peoregion could bo brought out lu tho ple iu places where they are not most perfect fashion. to seeing such actions. In What could bo more delightful Newark, however, nothing is said, if than a continuous picture of a nine young men Wave their arms voyage up or down tho Afnazon, or around the waists of from a dozen to through tho almost uncxplorcd countries of Africa?' eighteen girls in the trolley cars, picScriptural panoramas of this sort, nic parks or on .1 steamboat. The the journeys of the the girls do not object, and nobody but a courses of tho pilgrims, tribes, folthe path new resident or an utter stranger in lowed by tho shepherds of Bethlethe town finds anythiuk to remark hem, and similar incidents of places, nbout it. It is destructive of high would bo of untold interest and value as educators. dress waists and delicate tinted fabThe f uturo of topography has great rics, but the girls do not object to promise, and with tho camera as an New York Sun. that. auxiliary, what wonders it might m 1 map-makinc Probably very few people understand the difficulties nnd complication! that ariso in the preparation of maps. It is ono of tho most puzzling of tasks to soarranno lines and pol'uts that M10 reproduction shall be absolutely correct. Indeed, to all Intents and purposes, as some experts claim, it Is Impossible to make them so at least so that thoy will Convey a perfect Idea of tho topography of tho country to tho stranger's eye. It Is nltogotfier lrkely that tho OWUNSBORO, KY. the free and Will practico of siicr. and adjoining his profession in Daviess counties. Special atbelieving lhaHt woul- d- involve the tention given to collections. Ofiico, country in flnanciUliuin Wobellevc Banfaof Cotnmerce Building. in n sound ciirroncy, nnd itt the use of both gold and silver for coinage, Jnn, H. llfini, J.H.H. W frilling. provifjgjtwajfljihsua dollar inonojai. GLENN & WEDDING.' ' made prtciiely as valuable as a dol-lin the other The Republicans of Kcntnckj, HARTFORD, KY. while recognizing in the approaching (Office, ot.r Anderon Bataar.) i Will practice their profession jn ah contest the great importance, of Stale matters, nevertheless appreciate the tho courts of Ohio and ndjoining counfact that parties exHt nationally, and ties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given Also that no political party should beafraid Notary Public forcollections. Ohio county. or ashame to give lull andcxplicitex-planatio- n regarding its position on a"a,rsaesuftk..Sraltlii ' " every question nfUcting th? prosperity of State and nation. L A W Y ERV' LAWYERS, The apprehension of buincss inter- ests as to recent threatened tariff changes and the want of confidence in Democratic management caused reduction in wages, decline in exportation, gcnenl depression ol business, destruction nf property, shrinkage in values and labor ngltnllon. This apprehension, accompanied with subsequent Dcmocatlic legislation, made by "party perfidy nnd dishoner," has served in many respf cts to increase rather thanpdiminish Natlonaldiisrer. Under these circumstances the currency question has been forced into undue prominence, and tlie Democrst ic party has seized upon that insue to theexclusionofallelse, for the purpose of diverting public attention from the contemplation of theruin its vicious policies and miserable man- - TMIY T. AW square. M. L. IIAItTFOItn, JjCT. Will practice liia profession in Ohio nnd ndioming counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t collections, Offico cost sldo of nnHii - IIkavrin. HEAVRIN Shklby Taylor, & TAYLOR, KiiorneysaiL&w MARTFORD, KY. Will practico thier profession in all the Courts of 'Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention .given to collections. , Office, next door to Rank of Hartford. Attorney at Law. Attorney at Law, W. H. BARItfES al Jo. ROGERS,' Attorney at Law, Attorney a. at Law, I over-ridde- Attorney at Law;. & , m 3F. al Attorney at m Attorney at aw -- j 1 k ' DENTIST S r - 1 f- - - -- - - Jlhi.mM itllli lu&- - -- w-, rjf IJ Z2EEZ2 " wpwnyMsu bp- - ksyiii" .PF-- '' Hartford Republican J'UBUBIlBD KVERY FRIDAY MOIUONO HAH A. ANHKIWON JO. n. JtOUEIM Have you organized lican Club, yet? ...Proprietor. 13 1895. ...Editor. Fiuday, SRPTninnR, Subscription, $1.25 por yonr. REPUBLICAN DEVI CB. A rccoul conferonco ol a piomiueul Treasury official with Morgan fc Co., la Wall Street, has givon riw to tho A voto for Bradloy is a voto for conjecturo that tho Government is good government, about makiug anothor bond l&suo. To voto tho Republican ticket The leaders of tho Fu Cheng riots from Bradloy to Barnelt and nil in which tho English and American along tho lino, stamp your ballot unMissionaries were killed has been arder the llttlo log cabin. rested, together with 130 of his folthat Rcpub the rascals out" and "give us a look at tho books," wcro great Democratic rallying crys in I884. Set to different music, thoy would apply in Kentucky today. To pay or not to pay, question, with cyclist, when there arc two oriuorc gentlemen cyclist in the vicinity, the gentleman immediately roeponds with two shott rings, which signifies, "Is it 1?" The same signal in return is BRADLEY'S DATES. IIo Will Spoak in Fordsvlllo Soptombcr 18. The following are Uradley'a ap- Neuralgia ti tha rrsjrtr ol Ui Menci For "Turn that is tho tho delinquent patched elsewhere than at the knees and his gastronomic needs ore but poorly supplied. Work TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET PUT THE X UNDER THE LOG CABIN. The Republican State Central Committeo recently adopted the Log on tho Locks on Rough River is progressing well. Tho indications arc that next season will eco tho work completed and that within the next twelve months boats will be running on this beautiful stream. The Louisville Press Cbmruittee deserves all praises for the royal manner in which they entertained tho visiting members of the press during tho Big Encampment. Nothing was left undone that would add to the conven. ience or pleasure of their visiting nn affirmative; one long followed by by one shott ring, "No." I'ourshort rings, "I would like to ulatce your nc. qualntance." One shott tlnjr, "All right." l'tvc shott rlnga. "You ntc Twenty-thre- e lowers. of tho rioters entirely too fresh." Two shorts followed by one long, "May I join yon?" havo been convicted. One long followed by two shotts, CntcoiT Judge T. J. Scott, of tho "Your bloomers nre disarranged." Madison Circuit Court, on Monday A continued ringing means to nil handed down n learned nnd ablo de- pedestrians to get out of the road nnd cision on the Sunday Closing law, in clinlb the fence or n tree, or take the American Wheelman which he over rules tho decision of consequence. Judges Jackson and Richie, of tho sure- Criminal Division of the Jefferson Circuit Court. It wjll bo remembered that theso latter Judges decided tho law agaiust the Sunday closing of saloons was unconstitutional. Judgo Scott takes the opposite view and the caso will havo to go to tho Court of MIssTeenle Hays, Rochester, is Appeals and Judgo Scott should bo visiting her sister, Mrs, J. P. McKen-nesustained. Pure Blood r!m ntlleved Blood 1'urlflod and pointments: Frankfort, September ShePiyvllle' 13. Newcastle, September 14. Nerves MnUo Strong by 17. SentemlMr 16. Hudlnsburg, Septeniow to attend the spoakin next Wednesday. BEAVER DAM. Be Cabin as tho emblem to bo placed upon the Republican ballet instead of tho Eagle against the use of which the Democrats were about instituting The Log Cabin is an injunction. tho emblem adopted bj tho old Whigs brothers. in the campaign of I84O and tho sugTo vote tho gestion was found here. The great G. A. R. Encampment Republican ticket stamp the X in the at Louisville this week has been a space below the Log Cabin'. Tho Louis most magnificent affair. ville dallies are crowded with accounts of the big event. The grand parade Wednesday was tho greatest pageant Governor, ever witnessed in tho Sunny South. COL. WM. 0. BRADLEY. It is estimated that a half million of Garrard county persons watched tho great parade of The city has done 45,000 veterans. Lieutenant Governor, herself and Kentucky proud and on WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, every band tho old soldiers are praisof Greenup county. ing the day they decided to come Auditor, south with tho Encampment SAM H. STONE, of Madison county. The experience of last winter taught the farmers what a scant alSecretary of State, lowance of feed would serve to take CHARLES FINLEY, their stock through when it is properWhitley county. of ly cared for. Feed was never saved Treasurer, with more painstaking thatrduringlost GEORGE W. LONG, season. The result was that the farof Grayson county. mers brought their stock through tho Attorney General, winter in fair condition on about half JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, their usual supply of feed. The same of Butler county. economy this winter will, next spring, find tbefarmers with a surplus as great Supt. of Public Inrstruction. as their entire crop ot last year. How W. J. DAVIDSON, few will profit by that experience. of Pulaski county. And how many will drift back into Rigister of the Land Office, their old way and waste more during CHARLES 0. REYNOLDS, this year of plenty than was necessary of Fayette county. to winter their stock during the year Commissioner of Agriculture, of scarcity. LUCAS MOORE, of Marion county. Some of enterprising citizens Republican Ticket. Anybody, yes anybody, can farm, but it takes a farmer and one who understands his business to farm successfully. So can anybody preach, but the man who undertakes it without a preparation of mind and heart will have but little success in the business, Anybody, yes anybody on earth can edit a newspaper and generally do it better than the man who makes it his study, but such fellows uscally find it a difficult matter to indite a five line local for their home paper. So it is with all the professions. The men who know the least about these are the ones who think they could be most successful the job were turned over to soul-savin- g Mr. V. M. Stewart Is in the R?st purchasing fall goods for the firm of Hunt, Stewart and Leach. Rev. Teel did not fill his regular appointment here last Sunday on account of holding n revival meeting nt Alexander Schcolhouse. He passed through town Wednesday en route for his home in Central City. Mrs. W. J. Berry and little son. Harry, visited relatives in Leitchficld last Saturday and Sunday. A large number attended the burial of Mr. Lou Montague, of Scbree, Ky., at Providence lost Sunday afternoon. Mr. John Hudson, of near Bowling Green, has been visiting his sou, Mr. J. M. Hudson, Mrs. Gregory and daughter, Miss Annie, were in town Wednesday af- Fordsville, September 18. Owensboro, 8 p 111 , September 19. Ciltnou, September 20. Henderson, a p. 111., September ai. Paducah, 8 p.m., September 23. Madlflotivlltc, September 24. Itlkton, September 25, Scottsvillc, September 26. Tompkinsvillc, September 27, ltdmouton, September 28, Somerset, September 30. Williamsburg, October I. Ilarboursville, October 2. Pineville, October 3. Manchester, October 4. McKcc, October 5. Mt. Vernon, Octobct 7. Winchester, October 8. Nicholasvlllc, October 9. Cyuthlnna, October 10. Paris, October 11. Maysville, October 12. Vanceburg, October 14. Grayson, October 15. Ashland, October 16. Faintsville, October 17. "It circa me Brest pleasure to state What Mood's BanprllU hu don for m and my wife. Bholiu boon afflktod with MmnlgU pains In her head for six years and tt settled In her eyoa. At times she Would be toUlly blind and hare to ttT for months, A short time (to irt.bBa tiling Uood'i today, think uoa, ina Hood's Sarsaparilla Hl.noolit lol1 IJlftn Awnjr na I'rlir. For the best pictures taken. On November 15th, 1895. we shall give away One Thousand Dollars in gold for the best pictures taken by tho Camera. The prizes will be awarded us follows- ?ioo in gold will be given for the host picture taken by this Cam era; jioo for the second best; $jo for the third bent; US for the fourth best, ft for the fifth best ;$ 10 lor the sixth best, nnd tor the next 40 bestSj each will he Riven j for the next 80 best J 50 each will be given, nnd for the next oo beat pictures taken by the I,croe Cntuern $1 each will be given, making In nil f 1,000 given We hnlt do this for two reasons, viz. The first to Introduce the Cntuern for 1895; the second, to educate the nmateuts In phonography. This contest closes on November 1st, 1895. This camera can be used by anyone and is sold under n positive written guarantee to do the work or money refunded. Sent by exptess with fnll lint ructions and rules governing this coif-te- st upon receipt of express money order for $1 75. Remember. A Written Guarantee Goes with Every Camera.. Address, LaCrusse Specialty Co. Outoct. I LnCrosseWis sse ftwy. BUMDUllUind iuw fv Hjt ft Jidionlt, Alk. t " iB JUL JIr.Mr.1Tm.l. Mnnmkt to fcttend to her houiehold dot lot, Which iho hid not Y&FTtipm ntvlnni1v HnnA ffll yean. My own can wu lomowhit tho Inflammation has left my oyei nd my nerve hiro beeome quieted. My heillh today 11 better than ft hai been for Covington, OctoUr 19. Shephersvlllc, October 21. Hodgensville, October 22. Lebanon, October 23. Lancaster, November 4. la proportion and appearand. "How to I'nrv nil Mkln Simply apply "Swayne'a Ointment." No internal medicine requirCures tetter, eczema, itch, all ed. eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,teav. ing the skin cfVar, white nnd healthy. eral yean. I am ralnlnff In atrcnifth and Its great healing and curative powers Ilka a new man?' William IL arc I feet ossessed iby no other remedy. NoNAMAKKn, Judionla, Arkamai. Ask your dtnggist lor Sw.WNK's nade, asdperfeot Mood's Pills are baud 34 lyr. Ointmknt. Y , nood'i BnP"lU llrn.," Hood's54 Cures ss per box, w IsrCS Yon cannot afford to miss the Hardin AWAY An gleganf ih? Uphostered- - them. . CountyFair this year ninnd'a Irrriirrxfibls t'nntllf I, Representative Bland has been Railroad Commissioner 1st Diet. JERRY R. PORTER, of Hickman county. For State Senator, DR. A. D. JAMES. For Representative from Ohio County C. M. BARNETT. For Coroner, h. W. HUNT. Having been nominated by the Democratic party for the Legislature, I am before you asking your suffrage. I can only pledge you that if elected ,I will look after and guard your inter-ests as I would my own, and endeavor to represent the whole people, irrespective of parties. I will appreRespectfully, ciate your vote. Sam K. Cox. To tho Voters of Ohio County the Beaver Dam have founded an institution which if successful may work a considerable change mthehome life Reference is made of town people. to the opening of a English Kitchen at that place on last Sunday The managers of the morning. Kitchen say that meals can thus be furnished at the low rate of 84 per month. About 50 people, including families, clerks and students are taking meals at the Kitchen and so far The all has worked admirably. plan is wholly mutual so that each member gets his meals at absolute cost. If Beaver Dam's departure is successful no doubt her example will be followed by other towns. of first-class as the Populist candidate to represent Ohio county in the Lower House and am asking the suffrage of every If elect honest producer of wealth. ed, I pledge myself to work for the best interest of Ohio county, and look after and guard your interests to the best of my ability. I promise also, that my vote for United States Senator shall go to that candidate whom I think will best subserve the great majority of Kentucklans on the currency question, viz.: The enactment of a law for the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the present legal ratio of 16 to 1. Noone will appreciate your vote more than myself. Rc3p'y, J. P. MiLtER. To tho Voters of Ohio County Fiaiow Citizens: I am before you SPECIAL NOTICE. u h Younci roan, what does the DemoWhat cratic party offer you inducement can it ofler that justifies you in giving its candidate your support? It offers you as a declaration of your principles a platform which on currency is a straddle, with the longest leg on the Free Silver side of the fence, which pledges you to the resowe. We are at a great expense ev- toration of State banks nnd seeks the body by ery week and MUST have wji&tja support of a due us on subscription. Look at the an indirect appeal to the prejudices label on your paper and you will see of the voters It offers composing it. how much you are indebted to us, and don't rest until you have paid it you n candidato for the high office of off. Your subscription account is Governor who refuses to be bound by just as essential as any account and party government, who is in direct you ought to pay it just the same as conflict with the National Adminisany other account, and you will con- tration on the currency question, a fer a great favor on us by paying candidate whose sole claim for elecAT ONCE. tion to the office to which ho was The demagogue's day is done. nominated bycircumstancesinstcadof The piesent is a by his party, Is to provent mixed His glory U past. time for practical, patriotio poll schools and negro domination in tho This is what the Democratic tics. This the people demand, they Statol will be satisfied with nothing else. party offers you, none of which can Measured by this standard and these havo the sanction of your good sense Tho Demoeratio requirements Mr. Hardin is wanting, and judgement. party does not merit your support, Mr. Hardin is nothing if not a but its recent history and the if not insincere. acts of its candidates and leaders would seem sufficient to drive you from an organization rather than folym OiUI WnUK mi ilk ruia. D Uoutfll Hold TutMllouO. Wm fj BMt la Mm.Hjrup. hf drugflUu. DhH low such a candidate who resorts to us; some have responded cheerfully and paid one year in advance, others have paid no attention to our notices. To nil those who have paid we aro very thankful, to those who have not paid, we aBk you again to call or send in that subscription account you y? politco-religio- Wo have made repeated appeals to subscribers who are in arrears with Mit. Hardin refuses to concede one single point or whim cr fancy so far as what he is pleased to call principle is concerned, and yet he insists that every Sound Money man In the Democratic party shall abandon his own principles and support Hardin and his ultra Free Silver ideas. Wat in act if not in words says that what is sauce for the Roose shall not be sauce for the gander, that he is a The bigger man than his party. Democratic party in Kentucky may be so bossridden as to have lost all sense of independent, patriotic action and duty and may submit to such ed dictation, but we will noUbcliove it until Hardin is elected Governor of Kentucky a thing wholly at variance with tho signs of the times. high-hand- n such methods. afternoon. Mrs. Georgia Coots is in Louisville visiting her sister, Mrs. J. II. Nave. Misses Jennie Casebier and Ella Wade, Rockport, have been visiting their sister, Mrs. D. J. Coleman, this quantities of eggs and store them week. away in the cave until winter. He Miss Daisy Stevens is in Louisville went from California to New York to visiting relatives and friends, where make arrangements for storing his she will remain through this month. eggs, but the best he could do was to Little Miss Hazel Westerfield has resort to cold storage. This was ob- been sick this week. jectionable fqr the reason that it froze Mrs. Mattic Mttrrcll, Florida, is the eggs att4,raade them liable to de- visiting her bother, Mr. W. J. Berry. cay in a very short time after being Mrs. H. D. Hunt and little daught taken out of the storage. With his er, Sallie, spent Sunday in Taylor process for preserving things he can Mines. gress 18 87 to all shuffling and stradA great number attended the G. A. dling in his party on the tarifl issue. keep them in the cave without Attvb. By that message, which will yet hold their being ftozen, and when his eggs R. a place in the list of the are taken out in the winter to be The Alexander IteviTfil. deliverance of Presidents, the marketed they will be in as perfect The revival in charge of Rev. I. II. condition as when put in the cave. Teel, which has been in progress at Democracy wasbrought squarely back Owensboro Messenger. Alexander during the past ten days to the position in which it was placed closed Tuesday night. The Christian by the fathers of the party, a position people generally were aroused and which, aa a platform utterance, was much good was accomplised. first given formal expression in the Sever al converts were among the fruits of Convention which tenominated Van the meeting. Buten, which reaffirmed by other On last Saturday four of the candi- Democratic national gatherings down evdates, Misses Nettie and Ernie An- to the eve of the war, which was sysderson and Messrs. Ernest and How- tematically dodged afterwards until ard Ellis were baptized in Mrs. Aman- the message of 18S7 appeared. Louisville da Barnett's pond. On Wednesday Cleveland attemped to place his party Makes another candidate, Mr. Geo. W. Ma- on its old ground on the finance quesFelples, was baptized in the River below tion by messages and vetoes, and on came near doing it, as was shown by the bridge. low It was a very bright morning and the 138 Democratic votes cast in the House for the repeal of the silver law the little congregation andthe sparkMr. Edwin Forbs, the historian of ling stream made up an impressive of 1890, to 75 against, and which diRev. Teel is a rising young vided theparty equally in the Senate, the Kentucky Depattment, G. A, R scene. minister of much power and is quite counting pairs on the same question. is attracting much attention in LouisNo compromise was made on the ville just now, as he does everywhere popular among our people. silver issue in 1893. The question he goes with his strange uniform. I'rojcriinitiie Good Times aro Hero Again and the He wears a Burnside regnlation hat, Of Teachers' Association and Reading was fought out, and Mr. Bland wants to have this done again. This shows and the uniform ol Color Sergeant of Circle to be held at Hartford, Septem-ber2- i, that the Missouri statesman thinks the civil war. It is the same suit of, 1895, 9 a. m. clothes he wore when mustered out of Roark's Psychology, Chapter 1. that vote did not represent the nctual convictions of the party in Congress service at the old Custom-hous- e in Intxfdtion. a. Relation of of the war in Louisville at the close education Elmo Williams, at that time or of the masses ol the Is to tho front with an unmuallly attractive premium list, party out of Congress. Perhaps he is 1866, He has many times been b. Methods of studying mlndr-O- . M. right as to that time, but he is wrong stapointed out in crowded railway ShuItztBessie Maddox. c. Education as to the present. ' Undoubtedly the and teaching John B. Taylor. tions and on the cars asa soldier beChapter III. The Physical Basis, President, in the vote on repeal, longing to some foreign regiment, and often has he puzzled people as to a. .Relation of mind and body Dr. forced many members of his party to Will Commence his identity. The uniform is very W. Alexander Nervous System. (1) be better than they wanted to be. was made very plain in the General description much out of date, but that makes litOzna Shultz. (2) This tle difference to the old veteran, who Reflex action Anna Gregory, Ed Voorhccs case. But the campaign of is out to do his duty in spite of com- Davidson. (3) Brain localization 1 education in his party started by the President has been kept up, and the ment or criticism. Mr. Forbes lives L Stewart, Dellic Miller. Application in teaching R. Fpster, Lula changes of base which have been down at Fordsville, in Ohio county, made in the past year or two arc prob-all- y and is as good a citizen as he was a Walker. The Fair Grounds at OWENSBORO, KY., aro acknowledged to bo sincere and permanent. Mr. Chapter IV. Mind, Consciousness, soldier. better arranged and are the fluent Fair Growda in tho State. a. Mliul, definition and properties C. Bland, however, thinks the conflict is The Kacc Track ii a model for a half mile track and has been kept The Democracy is a An estimate of the wheat crop of the D. Chick, C. II. Ellis, b. Analogy still "on." in bettor condition this year thau nt nny previous time. house divided against itself, he beworld, prepared by the Hungarian betveen mind and body Sallie lieves, and if his will prevails the government, places the yield in the c. Consciousnes, definition SPEED RINTJS. party will be made to be all silvcror United States at 400,017,000 bushels, and characteristics L. T. Barnard. er before the national can Russia at 415,053.000 d. Mental activities classified 3. J. all No entrance fee, no deduction, and that of The speed rings aro open without t. vass begins. rat bushels; but the St, Louis charge to nil comers. If your horse don't win it dou't cost you anything. Tichenor. e. Application in teacsays when Russia hears of hingI. C. Hoover. The show In the Amphitheatro will bo up to tho usual standard, which Nearly everyone needs a good tonic our 2,000,000,000 bushel corn crop Miscellaneous Anyone who is a guarantees world betters and brings fine and fancy stock from everywhere. she'll think we grow wheat only on member of the association and not a at this season. Hood's Sarsaparll la Hero aro a few premiums: is the one true tonic and blood purifithe egges. member of the Reading Circle may er. Saddlo Stallion, Maro or Gelding $100 00 present any work of a miscellaneous Prof D. L. Welborn, of Paradise, Fiiiottalllou 8000 , nature of Interest to us as teachers. Frrolum ul Nprrcli, assisted by Miss Lula Johnson, ol Registered saddle stallion, maro or gelding, 70 00 It is to be hoped thatall wl!lbepre3-tu- t A letter writer In Alabama saysf! Hartford, will open the public school 80 00 , promptly at 9 a, m. with n well ''Our mlnlsternearly got himself into Jlare 4 years old and upwards in district 33 on next Monday. Both 100 00 pared lesson the three chapters. a scrape the other day, and whether HarnossBtallion, mare or gelding teachers are able instructors and the ,, 80 00 E. R. Ray, Ch'm'n. he is 'a hit of a wag,' or a very care- Stallion, general use district is to be 'congratulated upon lliusiit.MADnox, Sec'y. 10000 less fellow, or an 'abolition traitor,' Combined stallion, mare or gelding. Central Citj securing their service. , Mare, goneral uso. , 80 00 Republican, Only printers and publishers know is now the topic of discussion with CO 00 Double team .'..e infinite details that go 'to make us. At the meeting on Past Day he TlieCyellnirUirle Who Flirt, Harness gelding 100 00 gave out Dr Watts' hymn, commenliver since the days of Adam nnd ip a single issue of a newspaper, Saddlo gelding ,,, , 80 00 flu: reader likes or dislikes his paper cing: Uve the females have considered It " And nre we wi etches yet alive"; Harness stallion 100 00 , A n various points, but is often at a right to flirt. Put a modem woinin And do we yet rebel? , Harness mare., 8000 , in the gTeat Sahara desert, and bin. loss to define his objections, and as 'T's wondrous, 'tis amazing grace, Saddle stallion 10000 will find someone to flirt with, if she frequently" falls to understand the That we are out of hell!" 80 00 Saddlo mora is so inclined. The merry cycling reasons foi what he calls defect. What 50 00 ,, , , Mr. Arch O'Flahcrty, a well known Rockawuy maro or gelding girl has aranged the following code of he finds to commend he expects as a , 5000 signals which she will use on th matter of course, and not knowing printer, and Miss Vitula Bennett, will Modelrlng much about the ability, enterprise be married October a at the Cumberboulevards: Apply lo tho Secretary at Owensboro, Ky., for entry blanks or proraium ct tin,', .IV and toll it takes to bring all these land Presbyterian church. The hrlde list. Three short would be pleased to have you j ,111 u- - " good features together, fails to appre- is a daughter of Mr. J, O. Bennett'ana L. D. liaor tfe Bro, nre leasees of nil privileges. This is when the wheel is in in iign. ciate to the fullest the real work of has n large circle of admiring friends, J. W, CARTER, Svcrotary, Owensboro Messenger. Ex. Jf this invitation is given by ilul. the editor IrlKK' Cnve Soli!. Briggs' Cave, in Edmonson county, has changed bands. It has been sold to California parties. The cnve was formerly owned by Capt. J. C Briggs, of Russellville, and the "temperature in it is so low all the year round that fruits can be preserved for years in in their natural state. The California parties will ship fruit to the cave by the car load and preserve ituntil winter, when it will demand much higher price. The gentleman who closed the deal will also use the cave fornnother purpose. He has invented a method of preserving eggs, and will buy up during the summer season immense ternoon. Mr. P. O. Austin nnd wife were in Hartford Tuesday. Mrs. Lizzie Myers and daughter, Mrs. Dora McGee,have returned home from an extended visit in Rockport and other places Miss Lyda Morton, Hartford, spent Sunday with Miss Attye Austin. Messrs. L. L. Stewart and Silas Tichenor were in town Wednesday telling a reporter that if the Democratic National Convention in 1896 refuses to declare for free silver "there will bs a division between the Eastern and Western Democracy," and he adds that the division seems to him to be "inevitable anyway." The party, he says, is inharmonious on this issue. "Its former leaders are one way and the patty is the other." Nor is he favorable to n compromise. "They tried compromise in Kentucky," he says. "They put up a free silver candidate there on a gold standard platform. What is the result? Why, they are in the worse shape than they were befoic the Convention. No, the issue is irrecanclla- bte, and now Is as good n time to fight it out as an j'." Mr. Bland is clearly right on, this question of compromise. In the long run no party ever gained anything by straddling a great issue. It is to Grover Cleveland's eternal credit that he put an end by his message to Con- vahogany Parlor ait. Somebody will got this magnificent present FREE and everybody who makes purchase of $3.00 or over will have a chance to get it, the drawing to bo held Jan. 1st, 1896, before a committc of Ow-ensboro's representative citizens, at the i T SE When it Qomes to ftcirnitcire we are in the Lead. epoch-makin- g Kcmember the speaking at Fordsville Wednesday. COL. FORBES. The Post some Interesting our Comments Countyman From Fordsville. A complete line of Bed Room, Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Dining room and School Furniture with prices LOWER than ever. We can sell you a bed room set for $10.50, or a sideboard for the same price, which will make you feel good every time you look at it. These, however, are just samples of our unequalcd bargains, of which we have an immense house full. The finest line of parlor suits, floor and swinging rackets, desks and book cases er in Owensboro or vicinity! Courteous and Liberal Treatment, Fair and Honest Dealing, Stylish and Well Made Goods, The Very Lowest Prices L LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, B. S. WOLF,112 W. Main, Owensboro. DAVIESS CO. FAIR THE FAIR FOR 1895 OCT 0 TI E5 4 Quis-enberr- antl-sllv- Globe-Democ- ' . ...... 11 ,,, -- A , i I Awnrdcd w BRECKINRIDGE- 0' Highest Honors Tim World' Pair. fair New goods at Pair Bros. & Co. The Fair begins September 25th. Music of the best kind at the Fair. Four days. New Sorghum nt Carson & Buy your Wheat Carson & Co- ,- Co. WONDEKFDLLY from TJIUE. FIRST FULL """ Hon. It. D. Gully Is In Owensboro. Fertilizer Thera Is Intlood Nothlntr Now Under tho Sun. Jteeant ITovnd to lift NORMAL COLLEGE Will open the Fall Term Tuesday, Hoptombor 8, 1805, and continue 48 s. weeks, Fnculty Studenlsmay outer at any time. Claxeoa to suit all. Courses Teachers' Business, Classical, Scientific, Telegraphy, Music Terms reasonable. Address, flrsl-olns- Shipment OF VWCfJ CREAM School Shoo) at Fair Bros. & Co. Wednesday, September twenty-fifth. Prof. C M. Crowe hai returned from vVhitosVllle. Mr. John Sep Brown, Rochester, wnsl In town Monday. Mr. J. W. Greenwood, Centcrtown, was In the city Tuesday. ' Invention. and Dltcor.rlr. Arc of An- lint th Itavl-cl.ot Arts rfllng; Machine. In tb Ita.t. al School orders taken nt Walr Bros. & Co. . NEW GOODS Arrived at A BAKING POWDffi MOST PERFECT MADE. puro Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. New line Ladles Sailors nt FalrBros. & Co's. All premiums paid In full in Floral Holl. . Judge E. D. Walker Is attending the Circuit Court at Greenville. Hon. It. D. Guffy was in Greenville on legal business last week. , Fair Bros.& Co's lust week. Opened now and ready for inspec- Misses Corsets 25c. nt 1'nlr Bros, & Co's. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. tion. Kever So Qheap- Trade witli Carson & Co. We are In the lead. ""ffever 60 lSeetaliful Don't buy a dollar's worth until you see this line. NOTE OUR TRICES. Good heavy bed ticking Very best bed ticking ' ... . ioc 15c Heavies shirtings Good red flannel j6In. red table linen Good cotton jeans Stable oil cloth 7c 15c aoc ioc 20c oc sheeting 6c Heavy brown cotton Good enssimere 35c . 25c Yard wide white Llnsey Cate yarn (none'lo eqnoN It) . . . 75c Good fast color calico 5c 8c HIght grade dress glnbatns Wool finish satines Pine black satlncs istfc ... ... :Kc Carson & Co. of the Fain Miss Bessie Cox, Livermorc, visitIs stiJJ imPretty line ol Neckwear 35c. at ed relatives and friends here Tuesday. Fair Bros- - & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carson return, Subscribe tor RimRitruiir.iCAN and See the Floral Hal this year. It cd Saturday Irom their extensive Louisville Commercial. will be chock full. bridal tour. For H. M. T. buggies call on Field Walt aud see our new goods. Mr. Willie Moorc.Sulphur Springs, & Holbrook. Prices tosultthe times. Carson & Co. was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. E. Ia Bullington is prepared to Ford Sunday. Don't fail to see our new goods. give you a quick, easy and close Carson & Co. Mr. W. M. Fair, of. Fair Bros. & shave. Good Unlaundricd Shirts 39c. at Co., is in the JJast laying in a big Miss Sullic Coleman is still slowly Fair Bros. & Co's. stock for his popular store. recovering from-aattack of typhoid Mis3 Chapman, who has Nice Ginghams for School wear at fever. been visiting' Miss Florence Morton, Fair Bros. & Co's. Read our campaign oflcr of the returned to her home in Louisville While others are thinking, Fair Monday. and Tint Knrunuo Bros. & & Co. are acting. an for $1 75. The Magistrates' courts throughout Shoes warranted not to rip is the the county have been held Field & Holbrook are prepared to during the kind Fair Bros. & Co., 'sell. ball all your Itay with the latest Impast two weeks and our young attor proved machine. DON'T stay at dome and never sec neys have been making their usual pilgrimages thereto. ' Remember Tnrs Republican Office anything, but go to the Fair. has the finest grade cards, teachers, W. M Fnir Is now in the East catchO and give us your orders. ing bargains for Fair Bros. & Co. Teachers, we have an excellent line C.SM. Line of Remnant Ginghams 5c, ofgrade " cards, printed on the finest Dark Calicoes 4c nt FalrBros. &Co's. paper. Write us for samples. Big line of Scrims, Window Shades If younvant good reading, almost at lowest prices at Fair Bros. & Co's. free.take TiikRepublican and Globe-- , Fair Bros. & Co., are not followers of Democrat. See advertisement in this but leaders in the Clothing business. Issue, Mrs. Dr. J. S. Coleman proving. Lula-Irenc Globe-Democr- Mr. Herman Bennett, of Colorado, Big Hue of Tablets half price at Is visiting his parents at Beda. Fair Bros & Co's. Miss Fannie Cascbicr has returned Be sure andnttend the firstfourdays from a vlsltto friends at Rockport. It has often been said that there Is 3E. nothing new under tho sun, but few HAUDINHBUnO, KY. people- appreciate how truo tho saying really Is. On tho contrary, many pcoplo belittle tho former Inhabitants of tho earth, and nsscrt that they could not have been as wlso us we, nnd that they knew very Meetlittle of mechanics and other things Hold a Bus in In which we are well versed. ing or two of Much Thus, modern guessers have said that tho builders of tho pyramids to must have mado their calculations and carried on their wonderful engineering operations with the nld of pools of water for obtaining levels. They assume that they must havo Saloon License and Brick hadnly crudo Instruments. Walks. Tho pyramids, however, themselves show what great knowlcdgo The Board of Town Tru&tecs met .of tho nrt of building was possessed by tho hgyptlans, while the marvel- this week and transacted considerable ous wall of China' shows what the business ol moment to'our people. Chinese could do In thggiamc field of The question ol saloon license came mechanics. up lor a hearing aud after discussing It is well known that tho Chlncso the matter pro nnd con it wa3 decided were tho discoverers of tho magnotlc to put the license tax for the town at compass, and that two thousand years ago thoy understood tho pro- $500 , the highest limit. II. President. OUR OSIY DADS ess Speaking. Col. T.B.Demaree, y didal the Prohibition can- Interest Hartford. for Governor and tho champion of the"cool water boys," has been secured by the Prohibitionists of Ohio county to deliver six lectures in tho county upon the liv cession of tho equinoxes. Lately, however,' evidence has been accumulating to show that the ancients knew even the Inventions which we" plume ourA-lve- s upon as being in reality "something now Col W. Bradley, Hons. Hcmnaiit stock sum mer dress goods at your own price. NEW DRESS GOODS. La Belle Crcpon Gros De Loudros l'rench I'lisse . . . '. j61n. all wool serge in black and navy blue all wool serge In navy blue x and black jCIn. henrietta's, all shades . . . 15c 15c 15c 40c 65c aoc Novelties in all the late weaves. Pretty line curtain drapery from Don't buy what you need for the Field & Holbrook are prepared to furnish you or 6tyle of bug- fall until you sec our new goods. Carson & Co. gy you may want atpricesihafwould We are going to show a big assort astonish you. goods in a lew days. Mr. James P. Tinsley, of No Creek, ment of new Carson & Co. who was overheated some two months ago, has not yet fully recovered and How much better it Is to wear a t Shoe that is threatened with serious results. rip. Fair Bros. & Co, sell them. For Sale: One combined saddle, We will have Clothing, Dress Goods harness and farm horse; 6 years old. For further particulars call on or ad- and every thing that you need in time dress Tits Republican, Hartford, for the Fair. Carson & Co. Ky. tf Fair Bros. & Co. buy their Shoes At a meeting of the Board of Trust- from manufactures; this is why they distance competitors. ees Monday night they agreed unanimously thatthc license tosell whisky There will be immense numbers of in the town of Hartford should be horses and all kinds of stock at the $500.00. fell. any-kind will-no- Wedding will address the voters Ohio and adjoining counties at andJSR Barnett I Fordsville next Wednesday, Sept. 18. SWEET JJBERTY. Two More Jail Birds put miles. Between English officer named Harrington has discovered In India a working telephono botwecn two natlvo temples, which stand a mile apart. The testimony of tho Illndus, which it is said Is backed by tho best of documentary proof, shows that the system has been in operation for more than two thousand years. It is not alone In India that evidence of tho ancients having known the telephono has been disco vcred but scientists engaged In excavating tho ruins of ancient Egypt bavo repeatedly found evidence that there was wins communication between somo of the temples of the earlier Egyptian dynasties. This may have been either telephonic or telegraphic. Some investigators of fWlbre'ef I'd natletn claim that tta'inciontai had all of our arts and sciences, as well as many which nro now H. P. Blavatsky. declared that they had flying machines, nnd this Is substantiated by tho Buddhist' books of tho story of Buddha, which refer to n flying macblno or median leal bird, used In the former life of Buddha. Many Indian traditions speak of machines. The mechanical bird and mechanical horso with the flying carpet aro familiar In all eastern legendary lore. n. n uudcrthesun." It Is said that an ing issues of tho day. Col. Demarec is one of the most forcible PAVitMliNTS. The Board made another order for brick pavements. Tills time it is for and logical speakers the property facing north and lying in the Nation and on West Washington Street. The. owners of the property are in cccord the citizens of Ohio lyjlth the Board nnd we understand county might well the work will be commenced soon. feel proud Remember the treat. Let of this rare everybody Great Hardin County Fair will be held be present, both laBRICK 10th to and be entertained by one of Kentucky's orators at the Don't forget to hand in that sub- best scription money this week. We nrt following named" needing it worse than you are. We Septembor 13th; should be pleased to have you give us a social call with a financial jingle to it. at Elizabethtown on dies and gentlemen, 11 ,1 places: Themselves and Castle Black. Skaggs Otis Cox and- Break Jail and Skip by the Light of the Moon. - Vtbj yru Btcfc, lra (are hr Cattorta. When the waj a Child, (he cried for Qutoria. , When she bocamn Miss, aha duns to Catforla. When she had ChlUrm, aha gar them Oaalorla, VThea Eosine Sep. 20, at 2 p.m. Sulphur Springs Sep. 20,- at 8 p. m. Hartford Sep. 21 at - 2 p. m. JBeaver Dam Sep. 21 at 8 p. m. Fair this Stoisc New line percals . . . . 10 to 12 c ' Good unlaudred shirts . . . . . 40c 75c Fancy Negligee shirts 25c Fine line neck wear Good pair gents drawers . . . . 25c 25c 6 spools 6 N,T. thread 25c Silk belting 25c Beautiful belt buckles Gents gingham bordered haudker- - chiefs 5C .. 5c Pretty line ladles handkcrchiels . tocperdoz .Shell hair pins 25c to 1 25 Indies straw sailors 75c to fs 00 Men fnr hats Men umbrellas 75c to $3 00 Ladles Dongola button shoes . $1.25 Men good quality Gne shoes . . $1.25 Remnant stock slippers 50c to $1.50 per pair. $500 Men all wool suits 75c to $3.00 Boys suits Good sire zinc trunks . . u . $2.25 Best jeans pants made. . . .$(.00 Ladles 40 inch wool skirts . . .90c 4 7 foot window shades Lace curtains . . 50c to $2 50 per pair 5c Darning cotton 25c Very good corset 85c Rr & G. corset Best kldgloves.hookor botton . $ 1.00 8c Men good heavy sox 8c Ladies heavy grey hose ..... ... . We call especial attention to our lino of Shoes and Clothing. bought these goods early and aro We prepared to give you somo raro bargains. Those having largo families to provide for should not fail to price our line. Remembqr thai we buy these goods for cash and sell only that way,so you pay no one's debts. Call on us and wo will do the rest. f Pitcher's New attractioiiSjbig .FAIR BROS.&CO. races and good time ,etcler8 of i,ovv-.Prides, t We have got good crops and every thing is looking up, so let's all go to Wnile cutting timber Tuesday Ma- the Fair and have a good time. rion Moore, living neSr "Rickctt's One lot of Ladies Shoes No 3. 3 Schoolhouse, cut his hand very badly. He came to town and Dr. Morton and 4 for for 50c. per pair, worth dressed the wound and at last account three times the money, at Fair Bros. & Co's. he was doing well. Send for a premium list and enter Mr. J. L. Collins, while on a visit to his sister, Mrs. Barnett Warden, something in the Floral Hall. there's uo charge for entry of Echols, a lew? days ago, suffered anotherattack of paralysis. On Mon- Into any ring or class. day he had sufficiently recovered to Messrs. T. J, Morton audJohn II. be brought home and is recovering Wood will leave Sunday for Green-cast- le, slowly. Ind., where they will attend A very succcsslul revival conducted De Paw University lor ten months. by Revs. B. F. Jenkins and Jo T.TayBoys, if you are stuck onagirlblow lor was closed at Adaburg Baptist yourself for her and 8he will npprc There were date it. The best way Church on last Sunday. to do this is 28 additions to the Church. Rev. to take her to the Fair. Girls like to candiTaylor, the pastor, baptised 13 go to the Fair dates Sunday evening. New bright stock of goods, polite Mrs. Agnes Herrel died at the home attention and lowest prices at Fair of her son, Capt. Moses Herrel, on Bros. & Co's. the Cash Buyers and lost Friday. She was buried at Cool Springs Saturday. Mrs. Herrel was Cask Sellers. loved by all who knew her and was A maiden young aud fair one of the oldest persons In the counWith curly golden hair, ty, being 87 years of age Should be taken to the Fair, And handled with care. On last Sunday evening Miss Nannie Chinn departed this life at her There has been a great deal of hard home near Liberty Church. Her re- work done this season and a little recmains vtre interred at the Liberty reation is needed which the Fair will burying ground on Monday nt 4 afford. So every lady should go. o'clock-aftefuneral exercises at the Mr. Guy Stateler, who, for the past Church by Revs. E.E. Pate aud G.J. Bean, Miss Chinn was a most wor two years, has been in Florida attend-In- g school, has returned to Kentucky. thy young Christian woman nnd follows close upon her mother, Mrs. Alter visiting friends here nnd at Rachel Chinn, whose death occurred Cromwell, he has gone to Owensboro on the lookout for a location. only a lew weeks ago. Some horse men at thcPairGrounds ' Supt. Z. II. Shultz will address the missed some shoes and other articles, patrons of Vine Grove District N0.51, which disappeared on the same night Miss Hortense Rogers, teacher, on as did Otis Cox who had been at work Friday night, October 4th. His adfor them, They had a warrant Issu dress will be along educational lines ed for Cox. On last Thursday W. L and all the patrons of the school and Colllus' one ring circus came to friends of education generally are Intown aud with it Otis Cox, and as he vited to attend. was leaving Friday morning Sheriff The lollowlng list from Hartford Keown very neatly took the young and vicinity are among those in atman in charge aud lodged him tendance at the G. A. R. EncampIn jail. ment at Louisville, Ky: Hon. E. D. I11 Memory Walker and son, R. D. Walker, Capl. Of little Altha, daughter of James II. S. K. fox, wile nnd son Sam, Dr. J. and Minnie Thomas, who departed E. Pendleton and wife, Hon. T. J. this life at her home in Beaver Dam, Smith, wile and daughter, Miss Wiltwo years and lour August 10, 1895, lie, T. L., Griffin, J. P. Stevens, Judge days old. Her Junenl was preached I. P. Morton and wife, Messrs. S. A. nt. Bethel Church by Rev. G. J. Bean Anderson and wife, Shelby Taylor In the presence of a large crowd. Her and wife, D. F. Tracy and wife, Miss remains were laid to rest In the Beth-e- l Sarah Collins, Bessie and Florence graveyard by the side of her little Morton, A. D. White, Tuurman brother. We must not grieve after Westerfield and wife, Alva Taylor, C. Is the lords will. little Altha for this II. Hoover, Joseph Carson and son. Shu was taken by one that knows U. S. Carson, Marvin Bean, Louis Grandpa. things best. all Guenther, L. B. Stevens, D. S. Children Cry for Smith, Lawton Klein, A. W. Mills, John Blair, James Bear, Sam Lake, Castorla. Bill Carson, Johu Chamberlalu, Obe Chapman, Daniel Hicks, John M. Bishop, Walter Samuels, Curt Ama brose, Thomas Greer, Steve Bennett' Coun- Wm. Jones, Ilenry Shafer.VIck Stew, art, James Patton, IHly Taylor, Rev J. A. Bennett, W. P. Render, Mr.Emtnet Catc,ofSulphur Springs, and Miss Kate Cecil, of- Cecilian, were married in Louisville last Friday. at Sulphur They e will-resid- Wc will have the best thattheeast-er- n market can furnish. Walt and see and get prices. Carson & Co. Spring. er r at the Hardin ty Fair next month. flood Mnibrr. One of the best barbers in this end of the State is located in Hartford tdS . It Is a constant surprise to all and his name is K. L. Bullington. del vers Into tho past His shop is located just above the UKENS.Ch'm'n.' to find that not only many of our In- Commercial Hotel, and he always . TUES'YNIGHT THE TIME.' ventions wero anticipated by men keeps everything In the very best of Young men or young women aspirdead thousands of years, but that shape around his shop, clean, new ing to any vocation In life should, lso many of tho grandest The second jail delivery in the past thoughts which wo credit toand best towels, nothing old or shoddy abou always remember that the bottom the men rounds of the ladder of time are filled three weeks occurred Tuesday night, of tho present and near past were him. to overflowing, but there's always room at the top. That's where Dr. when Otis Cox and a fellow by the really uttered first long ago by for colic, cholera Bell's Antl-Fh- bc Greeks, Persians and Chinese wise name of Skaggs broke out and so far Cards are out announcing the marand diarrhoea stands. It's sold at 25c men. riage of Mr. Arch B. O'Flaherty and aud 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Wayne made good their escape. A STAGE LOVER. Miss Tula E. Bennett, of Owensboro, Griffin & Bro. Cox is charged with petit larceny, Presbyterian having been arrested only last Friday. H. Acted So Well as to Make An- at the Cumberland other Man Jealous. Church in that city on Wednesday Skaggs was in custody on a charge Too much zeal in tho dlschargo of morning, October 2nd. Mr. O'Flah of house breaking at Rockport. his stage duties has led a jeuno They efiected their escape by tear- premier at a Paris preparatory erty was born and reared In Hartford, being the son of the lhte Judge John ing off a piece of the heavy iron sheettheater into a disagreeable, not to ing which forms the celling of the say painful adventure. The young O'Flaherty and is quite popular with cells and through the hole thus made actor was acting with a lady of his our people. The bride is a beautiful Job l'rlnltne. got into the loft and from there made own ago in a new piece and had to and accomplished young lady of Owmako a declaration of love. Ho held ensboro. The business public is requested an opening at the eaves. well that to call at the office of The Republican Thejr reached the ground by tying the mirror up to nature so the young lady's Intended husband, The U. S. Reports and see samples of its work in the job bed clothing together. Nothing has who was looking on from tho stalls, , show Royal Baking Powder printing line. We are prepared to been heard of them since their escape. flew Into a towering passion and execute all orders for job work on superior to all others. thirsted for blood. When tho perfUverynliere We Go short notice and at reasonable prices ormance was over the man possessed We find some one who has been cured The Grade Cards are better, pret- Our material is new and of the latest monste waited nt of the green-eye- d by Hood's Sarsaparilla. and people an the stage door for tho jcuuc premier tier and cheaper than ever. They are designs nnd our workmen the very all hands are praising thes great med- and whacked vigorously at tho act- tho hadsomest In the market; just the best. Our work will be up to date in icine for what it has done for them or's face with his cane. Tho player thing to make a child feel jubilant, every particular. You orders are soand their friends. Taken in time bruised, bleeding and tearful did and to keep as a souvenir 'of the licited. Hood's Sarsaparilla prevents serious not make any effort to return blow school. 35 cents a hundred 300 for tjf illness by keeping the blood pure and for blow, but, holding up a manu- $1 oo.at RBruBMCAEOffice jCoaisvilie script which contained his part in all the organs In a healthy condition. the play, remarked to his aggressor Is the great blood purifier. 31 eel I lie. It rN-M W Tcarlirra that ho had dono no more than follow J&BIUGU VU. v The teachers in Fordsville MagisHood's Pills become the favorite tho Instructions of the author of the terial District are called to meet at p. W cathartic with every one who tries little love comedy in which he had ill dm ou, ucted with tho beautiful young lady. Fordsville Saturday September, 28, I them. 25c. per box. Program: 1895, at 10 o'clock. The affair ended there London TelDevotional exercises J. D.Hocker. Owensboro, I'rogrnni egraph. For Epworth League Sunday night, Welcome address P. P. Stum. Science and Agriculture. September 22, 1895, at M. E. Church: Response II. G. Teel. Ky. Prof. Wiley says that "onooftho Devotional Exercises by Rev. E. E. Objects and alms of teachers assograndest discoveries of modern sci- ciations Ira Petty, Pate. Music. Introductory Keniarks Painless Denistry a Specialty. by Prof. R. "Foster. Music. Mrs. ence." is the agency of microbes Difficulties In teaching beginners Our celebrated Crown and Bridge in enabling plunts to absorb from Wesley by Mrs. E. E. Pate. What Is Work or Teeth without Plate3 applied the air tho nitrogen which Is tho Itt Arithmetic- -J. W. O'Dell. Hatttord Doing for the Advancement History, paper; value and methods without pain aud guaranteed to give ehie faotor In their growth. The perfect satisfaction. of the World Mrs. J. II. B. Carson. Maggie JoliMsoa. theory was first suggested by Music. Lesson Topic, "The Raising Pasteur, aitd It is thought to bo $$ to $7 Discussion L. W. Gobsey, J. D. Gold Crowns Porcelain Crowns $j to $4 Ing of the Widow's Son Prof. O. M. fully confirmed by tho researches of Hocker. Best set of Tetth (no better made no Eldred Pate. Independent Investigators. If It does Shultz. Recitation Penmanship Wm. Johnson. matter how much you pay) . . fS Music. The World Without Christ not decclvo expectation It will comSchool law II. T. Mothers. A Good Set . $6 pletely revolutionize agriculture. Good Fillings . , $i up Mrs. J. R. Plrtle. The first chapter In psychology, To lncrcaso the growth of plants It Platinum Alloy ft wlU'only be necessary to feed their general punctuation, recitation Sue Silver 7jc Lincoln nan Lover. Moseley. Kxtracting, per tooth 25c Abraham Lincoln's sentimental roots with water containing tho All the teachers are requested to be Painless extrcting with Vitalized perplexities are to be shown (n ffh ar- proper microbes. N. Y. Tribune . Air 50c present and nil who are interested in ticle of singular Interest which John PAINLESS EXTRCTING by the A Soldier's Bible.' the cause ol education are invited. Speed has written from Gilmer use of our Vitalized Air PREE when ' Committee. Artificial Teeth are ordered'. letters of Lincoln to Toshua A singular Incident, which, if wo Gold Filling In your Artificial Teeth Speed, for the next Issue of The La- -' remember rightly, has had several same as your natural Teeth. dies' Home Journal, The article will parallels In tho past7 was told by The World's Twenty-fiftK. O. show that the great President was Capt. Macfarlano, showed no bahloz powder esrThis Offloo Pormanantly S. Borderers, on his return to Pindl Locatod. not steady in his aflairj of the heart, the other day. Tho gallant officer, so pure or so great In leav' that he floundered In his love, and who Is now suffering from wounds enlng power as the Royal. finally induced his friend Speed to received during the storming of tho marry and tell him (Lincoln) whether Mamlakhan pass, says that whllo tho inGood Reading Free. marriage was a failure or not. borderers were forcing theln way Besides giving our patrons one of under a storm of shot, a man near the best papers iu the State, we have canNirajred. him was hit heavily In the chest and made by One brown marc, about 16 hands fell to the ground. Macfarlane ran send arrangementsthe which we will following' paeither one of high, about 10 years old. She lelt to his assistance, and on opening his pers together with Tub Republican home Tuesday nighty Any informabelts, which wero half cut away by for the price named. Remember when the bullet you pay up for Tim RfirunuCAN and tion leading to her recovery will be the shot, discovered thankfully received by Mrs. Mattle burled lu a Hlblo, which tho soldlor one year in advance you are entitled had carried In his bowm, and bad to one of these papers at the price McGee, Roslne, Ky. tf thus saved his life. Tho man had named: bccn'ill In a hospital at Pindl somo New York Weekly Tribune . . i.S Mr. C. L. Miller wfll lecture at the time before, and ono of tho nursing Louisville Weekly Commercial . C. P. Church the 4th Sunday at .1 a. sisters hod given him tho Bible Home and Farm ra. Subject; "The Timid Dcsclple." which, It would seem, Is occasionally . . . . Weekly Counter-Journ1.75 useful In carnal, as well as always Cosmopolitan Magazine . . . 2.25 Nineteen Democrats met at Beaver In splrltyal, warfare Westminster Commercial Appea NOTICE. 1.30 I wamt Ttry man and vrorain In the UnlUd Dam last Tuesday and nominated Mr. Gazette. Address.all orders to and In Ititct intarctUdone oftaa Opium on Whlikjr T, J. Smith for State Senator from atblta to bin ", hit book th. till- Tub RurunucAN, k Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder Hartford, Ky. tutt.' AddreM IU II.baWoollar, Atlaata, Ua, tank joq f ra. and on this ScnatorlaLDIstrlct. llljheat Aweid. World's Plr J-N. Centertown Sep. .33 at 2 p. m. McHenry, Sep. at 8 p. m. JalHB Hardin CountyFair begins September 10, and comtinues four days. Govt li i X.I iiit m: ri rs. SJ i ... ... ( ! h Faff Tests Our subscription list is constantly creasing. You not afford to bo left Send in behind. $1.25 and get Tho Louisville Weokly ono i.s Commercial year. Republican a n d k i i Jbif w - t iSBwVlvi2Ms mmmmmmmmammmiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmbaaammmmm. "iJk .!- - "mS all iillil i'i iMi " a This man wore a rooster in Ills hat. went out into the couulry to hunt. He had not money to buy powder and Friday, SnrrnMnrm, 13 1895. shot. He chased n rabbit with n stick. CAVtAIO.MAUtMAHKS When the rabbit entered a hollow log COPYRIGHTS. The rabbit got awny he followed. . TAN I OnTtlN A I'ATKNTT Tor He rromrt uniwur ml nn nmie.t piniim. vnts to and the man could not get out. M I'NN As CO.. it ho ham hxf nmrlr nttr fnati' to die, and bc experience tn (be patent buiilpfe. Conimnnlm. thought he A llnnillmnH of In. tlnnaatrlctlrcnnnrinnllnt How Undo Sain Prints His gan to pray wai going his sins. In formation concrrnlo Tntrnta and lipw tn oband repent tain them tent free Alio fatalofua of mechan"Bvery Montloy morning for two year I'to used Q Grocmbaoks. ical and .dentin., ttonk. .Ant trvA. "Oh, enumerating his sins he said: mutes Uie 3 lwny I'atenta taken Hrmian Wut.n It r.v recelm CLAIRETTE SOAP a5'tt s T i ntiuceintae linrrirnn. ana Then Lord, I voted for Cleveland." thna are brotiahl wlilalp brforethe publlewlth-ou- t clothe pure ami while without hnrtl tubbing coat tn tbe inventor. 1 til. rplentiid paper, for and Special to TiiKHKrunucAN. he Immediately felt so small that lie liaued ireetlr eleaantlr HluMralwl, baa bTfai the hnre my wanhlng dono by utile o'ciock i uu larpeat circulation of anr aeletitlSo wnrk In to All the paper money now used in had no difficulty in getting out of the wrtrld. JM a rear, nample coplea fetit flee loap Iim never banneU Uio most delicate litmdin Wililon, mnnthlr. tlM rear. Hlnitlo .' HIRTY yar oliierTntfon of Caatorlo, trlth th pixtrnnttgo of color In my sunnier ureases, so u mini mnlea J.1 penta. Ktiwr mimh. Mint. In. hai,. the United States is now engraved nnd log. tlfnl nlataa. In prtlnra. mntt hhrttofftanha nf dm free from all acids. I do wili you hooaea. with plana, enabllnt bulldera (o .how lb mlllloin of reriotii, permit tin o apeak of It wltUont encasing. printed at the Bureau of Engraving TKmVfanr-rlatcat dMltmaandaecnrecontraeta Addreea would send down to tbe Grocer MiiiH & CO, MlW Voil. UUt'OlHIAUWAT. 1 nnqnuitionnlilr ilia beit remedy for Infant nnd Children Printing In- Washington, D. C. and It Cry .and get a crdec to try ou your The plates, described in a former lettho trorld hit htw known. It la ItnrmUii, Children lllco It. It You will next rih!ng-dy- . " ter, from which the money is printed, find a perfect Laundry Soap. glTH them health. It will tnvo tlich- - live. In It Mother havo enormous are stored by the ton in an Sold everywhere. Made only by tomelhlng Trhloh 1 noplntolr a ofa au3 prncUorllr perfect n n A nemlnleenle or Clilchnntnticn. vault on the ground floor of the build"Just here" said the veteran, "I The child' medicine. Here, a short time before work ing. came upon n most sorrowful experiFairbank Ctorltt dgatror Worm. hours begin, the printers form in line ence. I was appointed to take charge and receive from the custodian the of one of the burying-party- , Cmlorla allay FeTerlthnen. consisplates they are to use for the day. CtoH proTente Tomltlng Son? Cnrd. ting of six men besides myself. Wc The plates arc numbered, and each were hunting about among the heaps Catlori. cnr Dlnrrhtpq and Wind Colic man gives a receipt for his precious for the wounded for we left the dead Oaitorla relieve Teething Tronhlei. charge. to the last when it seemed to me Cmtorla onre Comtlpntlon and riatnlenoy. presses, some two hundred in The that I heard a low moan. 'D'ye hear Catterla nentrallree the eflbot of carpor.lo acid gaa or poltonnni air. number, arc all hand presses, and that, Sergeant?' I said. 'Somechap each requires the attendance of two Caetorla doe not contain morphine, oplnm, or other naroptlo property. groaning?' he asked. Just that,' said ffil persons the printerand his assistant, IMIII I'ilM iT'bjMIMM 1U1 'J.I VUlLlilU Ctorla aWlmllate tho food, regulate the utomach and towel, I 'Hunt for him.' Dragging away usually a young lady, whose duty it the heaps of blue and gray, we came giving healthy and natnral elecp. is to place the sheet upon the plate upon a young fellow shot through the hottlee only. It li not old In hnlfr. Oaitorla 1 pnt up In one-atBEST 111 QUAll". M03T IN QUANTITV. for printing and then remove same m in m .?, n.K on nan in 'Don't mind me,' says he; shoulder. Don't allow any one to eeU yon anything ele on the plea or promlm examine it to see if the impresand 'take care of my brother.' We dug 1 "Jmt a good" and "trill anrwer erery pnrpoie." that It sion taken is perfect. The assistants ou a boy in gray with a bayonet-wounreceive $1.25 per day wages, which is Sea that yon ret in his internals. Hopeless deducted from the pay of the printer. case; no cure. Called myself a Tho Isom very They are appointed throught the Civ WHITE'S CREAM foot for my pains, but sat elgnatnre of Trrapper. usuany ana il service commission, down upon a dead horse aud looked are placed, under the charge of the on while the blue brother, wounded FOR 20 YEARS printers and remain with the same In the shoulder, took the gray broth- -, Cry Hns loci all WORM Romorllrs. ones who have instructed them in the er, wounded in the bowels, in his EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. duties of their trade. . OMHVAI.T.HItVOOIT..S. arms. I found them there in the enough for. Thepaper,lnsheetslarge morning, in the same position, both bills, comes from the Treasury De- cold and rigid; nnd I am not ashamed partment in bundles of one thousand to say I had to rub some wet out o' sheets. When it arrives it is counted my eyes." From "The Chattanooga It dependsapon )Icw and When you market .your chiclrtms atM cirr" wd to "Wltont yon v rtru .uiifc rwrncrs in iiuuury iinu ?&. ana nani an cs.aDiinru into 'packages of one hundred sheets National Park and Cemetery," in wii uivm. irauo ana tand tho bet chance to make money lor an oar ibipper. We rfcclre and ell ilutter ttrir each and thoroughly moistened so Veal, Hides, IV Its. Tallow, Ufan, Se1. rotatoes. Wool. Hay. ura.n or anithinc yea mar Demorest's Mag zine for September. liave to uhlp. Information cheerfully fnra.iihed. O notations ma Med reirularfr to tboaA uha that it, will absorb the ink. request 11, auu uucrai auraaccs maue ou me larcesi coatviffnmenu uy to the plate HERNDON-CARTE- R The printer applies ink CO., Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve is . . LOUISVILLE, KY. with a hand roller, tripes with a new and original in style of package 013, 015,317 4.310 MURRELLCOURT. It is not oncloth, and then polishes it with the and medicinal qualities. ly a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but open palm of his hand. No satisfacTHEREFORU is guaranteed to give satisfaction as tory substitute has been discovered an ointment for old sores, piles, etc, "Bread is the Staff of Iiife," 00od. for the human hand for this finishing Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. touch in preparing the plate lor printis projiareJ to do nil kite r ing steel engravings, and for that reaDental work at roaaonablo prioyj. son fine work cannot be done on Oifice ovar J. W. Ford & Co's steam presses. Feed Store. The design is cut down into the 4 t f plate and the fine lines are filled with Kepub-lica- n ink. Each plate has to be studied by POUND CAN. ONLY PER The following muffled conversation itself, for the skill of the printer deCommer-cial,kee- p pends upon his knowledge of the between two young bloods was overT t T proper way in which the particular heard a few evenings ago, concerning who plate should be tubbed. No two anotherone of their chums, plates require the same treatment. is keeping company with quite a When the plate is "polished ofl," the fleshy young lady: John "Can it is in love with attendant places a sheet upon the be possible that J same, and then by turning a wheel that lat girl? Why, she weighs two Laugh Vahibtv, Iwvtest Styles, the table carrying the plate is passed hundred pounds at least." James At Factory Tricks. "No, I don't believe he's in love beneath a roller under great pressure, Best qual .without gold 6c to 8c per R'll 8c to ioc per Roll Gold Taper . and the ink in the lines adheres to the he's just infatuated." Finest embossed TaperisctojoperR.'ll paper. Every imperfectly printed K. R. HASSI5TT, E O.W.6m When the children drink bad water sheet is thrown aside, and for each and eat too much green fruit, or have-th642 Pouttli Ave. Louis vile, Ky. press an allowance is made ofone poor SSTSend 6 cts in stamps for samples. stomachache or diarrhoea irom sheet out of every one hundred. If any cause, you needn't be alarmed the number exceeds thi3 the printer about them. If you will get a 25c or Anti-Flu- x qoc of is charged for the estimated cost of theybottle be at Dr. Bell's hour after will play in half the paper and all the work put on it the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & up to the time the injury is done. Bro. The backs are printed first, then after An exchange says that the man seasoning and remoistenjng the faces I H 0 Q then the numbers are applied, and fi who thinks a newspaper will suspend nally the red seal is fixed and the because he quits taking it, is like the IlAirrtoitii, Kentucky, man who took a drink from the river bills-arcut apart. and then looked along the shore to The printed sheets, good and bad, are turned in and counted. If a sheet see how much he had lowered the is missing the printer has to pay the water. Will draw drafts from a nlco, neat Write your name and address on ji. postal card, sand It to Geo. W. Bos government the full face valcozy cottoge up to a line two slory Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, ami smpl copy of Till ue of the four bills, no matter how hourc. ill draw plans lreo of NBW YORK WltRKI.Y TRinUNU will be'jwlled tn you high the denomination. The sheets Will make careful estimates charge. are counted some sixty times from beon all kinds of buildings, aud remocN al old houses. Motto "Live and ginning to end, and the system of obituary notice. And get ALL THE NEWS of the Campaign, from beginlot 11 ve." work is so perfectly arranged that it is Obituary notices will be charged the canvass for the Republican nomina- Small investments. ning to end. Watch almost an unknown thing to find a for at the rate of 5 cents per line. It tion. Nolo tho fight between factions in the Democratic Keturuing prosperity will mako many rieb. but no whore oau (hey mako mistake made anywhere. is customary for all publications to party so much wittiin a ebort time as by 8uccotful Speculation in Grain, I'rovis- A good printer prints about nine charge for such matter. These rates ion aud 6 lock hundred sheets a day, though occawill be adhered to without discrimi1 sionally an extra rapid worker can nation, so please take note of it and 00 FOn EACH DOLLAR Invested can bo mncloby our $-- 1 . turn oil a thousand. The pay is by don't be oflended when we present Systematic Plan of Speculation U.T..II and Tri,l. Mtka thmneJ and all Intent tutluaaa ctmiuctri f..r UODtKlTr fTB, Mr the day and depends upon work done. our bill. Count six words to the line. rficialaihr mmcfi t vicin ly ,r!hIatcniQtftcef originated by us. All suceewtul (peculator operate on a regular sjstqm, rndutyUciliiict lor Mvuitnj.tnt. arcumurpaftMa After deducting the wages of the astf mule (.hurphottra.thonnwttioii.with It in a well known fact that there are thoumuds of men in all jmrf tiftlio ceacrlpijua aniiiutujafi t ut todvamatM cUlateJ. sistant the printer has from four to United Stales who, by systcmntic trading through CliiotiL'o broker, make tr Tt rmryr i m to fur an opinion n Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years nlriitaMlllH, and at (t lir prctaoulnc tka six dollars per day left for his servlarge amouuts ovory year, ranging from a low thousand dollars for the man il pHialnji, trill fiut 60 tailed for mittltht 618 Monroe street, who mveaU a hundred or two hundred dollars up to 850,000 lo jjl00,000 or ji'ifmilfe allnuva. "Inva loaa1 liuioa," con. ices. The printers are now entitled old, living at Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine - iac U inroruatiou ant fica All CoSltllDnl , more by thoeo who invest a few thousand. to a leave of absence for thirty days Tar Honey is the best grip cure, ciUous ionsldcrtd Mricllj I'cnUilmlUI. who make the largest profits WILL GIVE IT ALL, with the final result of the election, for per year, the same as other govern- cough, lung and bronchial remedy FRANKLiN H. HOUGH ively It is nlso a fact that those plan aro persons who live nwayfrom coinparit investment-othis from Chicago' CM V Utibul. tYAHUI.'VUl'USi. U. C ment clerks, and during this time that has been offered to the people and invests through brokers who thoroughly uudcrstaod systematic trailing. during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. they receive the average amountearn-c- d Our plan does not rink tho wholo nmiunt invested ou any trade, but Have stm rpuont'il your Mtititcrlit Wayne Griffin & Bro. Han lor 1SU3T for a certain period previous to covers both side, to that whethor tho market or falls it brings a steady ESrOnlers will be entered as soon as received, and tho taking their vacation. POSITIONS GUflRflNTEED profit that piles up cnormouxly in u short timo. Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder WJUTE FOU CONVINCING I'ltOOFS, also our Jlanual on succe.H-fu- l mailed from that date until alter the election, November, 1800. under tnuonallc cc ntllilaiM Do not w It cau World's Pair llljhwt Awsld. speculation and our Dally Market Itoport, lull of pointers Ever person, big, little, old or not be done, till you iwua for f rue calalogue of Tho sooner you subscribe the longer yon will get tho papers. ALL FltKIS. Our Manual explains margin trading fully. Highest ret young, black or white, rich or poor, DRAUUHON'S PRACTICAL who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine orenoes In regayl to our standing and success. Of Interest to Ladle. , Tar Honey pronounces it the best For further information address We offer no apology in placing be62.0 mo 131StJ3.JSi.- cough and lung remedy on earth fore you "The Ladies Safe Protect- Writo your namo and address and mail AT ONCE with $1.75. Direct to THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers, , ZZIHll1.lltO. 1Oltl. It's true, too, so we guarantee. or," it is absolutely reliable, easily THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. 241-24- 2 IUalto ButlQling, Chicago, 111. Thi ColltB la atrongly tiiclorwd by hanlura Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. adjusted, does not become misplaced and nierikailta FOUK wttka by-- Diaughon a $1.75 inclosed, and send nicthod of teacliliic buokkcculnti I faual to and insure: protection. Can be worn . jy the old TWELVE SDtclal U MAO AN. when desired without observation or the twice every week until after tho election, November, vantages In shorthand (nnanahlp aud 1 '" Chnp board. Opta lo both) acma Wo Miss Lardelle Magan,who has been knowledge of another and prevents BAT? BOUND! dialy dailyO '' also Tho Hartford REPUBLICAN i.ne year from date. 1890, va(ion Kuttr now. MUtOtt rrsPald. I.UUIHVf M.K.KT. I.OUIN V1iX. It. IT NW . No. ci. very low with typhoid fever, is im- disagreeable annoyances uuder cerHOME STUDY. Lv: Iloudersou . . 7 20 a m 2 55. p tit -WttST BOUND daily daily. tain conditions. proving. If you uso it once NAME Basketts . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p m No. S3. No. 51. you will never be without it. It is study to' honitwiww. " Writ Ac TUumc study" Mr. Wm. Bray's son, who has been cirtfutariflt Spottsvillo . . . 7 43 n m 3 ip jf iu ; Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p 111 7 30 a in v very low for some time, died on the laithful,safo and reliable friend when" m 8 50 a m 3 23" p m Reads POST OFFICE. Ky, Street . . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m ever needed by special circumstances All A.UrrtUfinent in Hie impcr J We entend our heart felt requiring 2nd, inst. Wprthlngtcyi , . ; 58 n iu3 30 p,ni ," - . West Point . , 7 aS p m 8 35 n m is an article evits use. It uorlliHto 011 Hie lenro, Stanley . . . . 8 06 n 111 3 37 p in Upward . . , . 7 30 p ra 8 a8 a m sympathy. ery woman should keep ready lor ImGriflith . , . . 809 a ui 3 41 11 m; l Willowdale . . 7 39 P ' 8 37 a m 1'tir Nnte. STATE A very disgraceful party of seven or mediate, use. It is simple to use, aud Mattlngly . . . 6 17 n m 3 4? V ''& Rock Haven . 7 47 p m 8 45 n id A acholufsliip in the Loxingtou eight men, as we are informed, took inspires coufidcnce to the woman usOwcnsboro . 7 . 8 30 a 111 4 qq p 11 Long Brnnch . 7 55Pm 8 53am Business College. Cull nt this office their jug of whisky on last Saturday ing it, It is reliable and scientifically 8 40 n m 4 oS 11'itf ' Pates 8 04 p 111 o 02 u m Brandenburg larg-it- t for particulars. It will pay you. tf Itkron . . 8 55 a m 4 20 p 111 Powers . . 8 it n m 0 11 a m Nlmliclit Tnlk. night week aud weut to the house of nittdo, insures protection without in to health, and any good pbysi-ciWaltnidn . . . . 905 a m 39 p in Guston . . . . 8 ai p m ij 19 a m A southern editor talks to his dea disreputable woman and there en- jury would 1'iloal I'llra! Ilililni; I'lle. say. Wo are of the opin linquent Iewlsport 8 30 p m 9 30 a in Irvington 9 13 a ru 4 $6 p m subscribers in the following gaged in a drunken brawl, during ion that no article has ever been niado Symptoms Moisture; Uiyce Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 u nr 9 19 a in 4 42 p in llemem-l)i- r ing and stinging;most at intense itch11 IU Q 34 which one of them was very badly which will gtvo as much satisfaction Btyle "Wagons cannot run without night;worse IU 4 Falcon Lodlburg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a 111 .V by scratching. If allowed to continue . Petrie . 8 55 p m 9 56 a 111 Pierce 9 Jfi rt 111 4 5I p 111 cut across the abdomen, and auioug to tho women to as "The La wheels, boats without steam, bull tumors form, which often bleed and . 9 37 a m 4 59 P m Hawesville . Hinlple . . . . 9 00 p 111 10 00 a 111 Tho immense frogs without legs, or newspapers the number there was at least five dies' Safe Prdtectar.'' ulcerate, becomingverysore. Swank's Stpbensport . 9 09 p 111 10 09 a m Skillman . . . 9 48 a m 5 09 p 111 sales of this article is a substantial be carried on everlastingly without married men. Some of the men will Ointmbnt stops theitchlng and bleed. 10 00 a 111521 p m Shops . . . . . . 9 14 p m 10 14 a in Addison Do not money, any more than a dog can wag probably be handled by the next indorsement of our claim. ing, heals ulceration, and In most Cloverport . . 1005-- 111534 pm Holt 9 17 p m 10 ao a 111 therefore experiment with any of the his tall when he has none. Our sub-cases removes the tumors. At drug. 10 20 a 111 5 36 p in ' Holt . . grand jury. Cloverport ZEAtoT. 9 2U p 111 10 33 n m numerous unreliable articles, as it is gists, qr by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. . 10 33 a m 540 p 111 Addison. , ouops . . . 9 31 p m 10 37 a 111 both dangerous to health and expen- scribers are good, but what good docs Swayne& Son, Philadelphia, . io2Sam 5 Stophensport Skillman . . . 9 43 V n 'O 5 n 111 45Pn When your child is eating an aps sive to do so. Such experimenting a man's good do him when it don t Sample . . . , 103711m 5 52'pm Hawesville . . 9 54 p 111 1 1 02 n'm Tho twiy urTraucreaor in llnnl. pie or a piece of bread put one of Dr. can only result in loss oi time, disap do any good? He thinks, no doubt, Pierce . . 10 41 am 5 57 p 111 . . f . looa p m 11 09 a 111 Petrie Vincent Mosbey who created a stir Bell's Tjny Tonic Tablets in it and if pointmet and dismal failure. Ladies that everyone has paid except hiu . Lodlburg . . . 10 49 a in 6 06 ji m Falcon , , . ro 07 p 111 -15 a in there Is any constipation' here it will should remember this before ordering and as we are clever people aud hl li) deserting his wife for the society Webster. . . 10 57 a in 6 14 p in Cayce . . . 10 12 pin 1 1 19 mil p ass oflfjust as easy. AH dealers sell other goods aud not waste their time ONE OlVltS RW.IBF. of a young lady of Clark township Irvington . . 1 1 05 ft m 6 32 jiim 1$ a little matter, it will make' no dii Lewisport . 10 18 p m it 25 am them at 3.5c a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin and money on inferior articles. . 11 14 a 111 640pm Guston . . The Waitmaji . . 1025 pm 11 33 n m was arrested last week at Kyana and &Bro, . 11 33 a tn 64S p 111 Ukron . . best is always the cheapest. Powers . . . 1035 p m 11 43 a tu "The fcrence." delivered to Dyer for safe keeping. In our I'rlqiiiU, Brandenburg 31 a in 5 5SJ iu Pates . . . . 1048 p 111 11 50 am Ladies' Safe Protector" is sold under llruilley'e latent Hlory. Jliss Van Winkle.the lady In the case, We hope that all wJiq are interested Long Branch 11 39 n 707 pm Owensboro . 10 59 p m 12 oG p 111 Colonel Bradley, Republican can- a positive guarantee for uso for one ' Whenever the little children was found on Monday. On Tuesday, in helping us to push tha circulation 11 47 Hock Haven in 7 14 pm Mattlngly . 11 09 p m 12 18 put one year, with full directions aud is dies or the big men want Bonn t m up to what it didate for Governor in Kentucky .tells sent sealed m plain wrapper upon reMs3bey was arraigned before Jjqulre ofTiKRoruiiMCAN WUJowdale , , y 53 a m 7 it p ui Griffith . . . 11 14 P ni 1223 p ui HowaYd .'. their liver 13 03 pm 7 30 p m Stanley . . , 11 18 p m 12 27 pm a little story that his audience can un- ceipt of express money order for $2.00 to regulatebiliousness, orcure m m Heck's court and bound over to cir- shotild be, will da what they can In Dr. Bl and West Point 4 12 05pm 735 pin Wotthlngton 11 25 p 111 ia 35 ptu derstand without a diagram. The sto- three for 85.00, Do not wait but or- Ton Ic Tablets is what they mut iavo cuit court ou the charge ofjbastardy. the way of securing subscribers. Call attention to the amount of Heads . . . 11 33 P m 13 43 p'ni' Kv Street . JJJ3 45P iu8-- 5 pm Address, Tub La They cure and you never (.! it ry is that of n Louisville tuan.who had der at once. rCannelton Bnquln r. 4 p 111 a 30 p in home news we publish every week, Spottavllle . 11 45 p m 13 53 p 111 Ar. U Loulsvlll b:en thrown out of work in 1893, and Citoesc Specialty Co., La Crosse, Purely vegetable, asc a vil , II. C. Mor wnyuj.iv A and write us short aud tpicy news Basketts . . , XI 53 p m 12 59pm lln.riyou imlii iiiiraiilarrllloiT 48.I yr. ' Wayne Griffin & Uro. who had been one of those fellows who items irom your neighborhood. (Ar. Henderson 12 10 11 m 1 15 p iu Hartford Republican WASHINGTON. tiaoooam As One Woman To Another infants Children. rrvi-iH- 1 - for Children Pitcher's Caotorla. T 'f,fe tJP81' 4EK:tT ii 1 Don't delay but keep yoursolf posted in state and county affairs by subscribing for Tho Ilartford wmNfflmmim'. w&&mflm,simg&. 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